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2014 Citroen Grand C4 Picasso MPV Diesel ManualCITROEN’S Grand C4 Picasso is the best used-car to have on your forecourt. Or rather, it won’t stay on your forecourt for long…

According to new figures released today by Auto Trader, the cars takes just an average of 15 days to sell – that’s nearly a month and a half quicker than the industry average, which stands at 55 days.

Auto Trader, the UK’s largest digital marketplace for buying and selling new and used vehicles, released the list based on the fastest selling used-cars in March.


 The data also reinforces the close correlation between pricing to market and speed of sale. On average, each of the top ten fastest-selling cars was 98.8 per cent aligned with Auto Trader’s recommended retail price, based on valuations data underpinned by actual retail prices.

The top ten fastest-selling cars in March are:


Rank


Make/Model


Variant

Average days to
sell

Average price position

1

Citroen Grand C4 Picasso

2014 Citroen Grand C4 Picasso MPV Diesel Manual

15

100.3%

2

Ford C-Max

2012 Ford C-Max MPV Diesel Automatic

17

98.9%

3

Ford Focus

2014 Ford Focus Estate Petrol Manual

18

97.9%

4

Audi TT

2012 Audi TT Coupe Petrol Manual

20

99.1%

5

Nissan Qashqai

2012 Nissan Qashqai Hatchback Petrol Automatic

20

98.6%

6

Vauxhall GTC

2014 Vauxhall GTC Coupe Diesel Manual

21

94.7%

7

Vauxhall Mokka

2014 Vauxhall Mokka Hatchback Diesel Automatic

22

98.5%

8

Renault Grand Scenic

2012 Renault Grand Scenic MPV Diesel Manual

23

99.8%

9

Ford Mondeo

2014 Ford Mondeo Hatchback Diesel Manual

23

99.2%

10

Toyota Prius

2012 Toyota Prius Hatchback Electric Hybrid Automatic

24

100.7%

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Colin Channon's avatar

Colin is a former editor of Car Dealer. He left the magazine in August 2015.

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