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May 08, 2017 | Automotive Management (United Kingdom)
More than three-quarters, (78%) of UK motor dealers will not be making snap investments in alternative fuel or electric vehicles in light of negativity towards diesel according to the latest market data.
The analysis by automotive data experts Cap HPI shows solid support for diesel vehicles from the majority of dealers who took part in a nationwide dealer survey canvassing their opinions of this and other motor related matters.
Commenting on the findings Philip Nothard, consumer and retail editor at Cap HPI said: “In the context of the fuel debate this shows that dealers are overwhelmingly supportive of diesel and are not deterred by negativity in the media surrounding the perceived issues.”
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