Portugal: the prices of used cars under the magnifying glass of autobiz

The company expects to deliver its first market values for Portugal by the beginning of the second quarter. The context is favourable. The country returned to growth in 2014. Its GDP grew by a further 1.5% in 2015, following a 0.9% increase in 2014.

After Spain in 2013, autobiz launches its study programme in Portugal. The company is thus demonstrating its ability to deliver reliable values in medium-size UC markets.

 

At the request of its key account customers, autobiz has launched its quotation programme in Portugal. This announcement reflects the company's progress, which now offers its services with an equivalent level of quality for markets where less than one million used cars are traded each year.

 

"The latest major statistical advances in our R&D department's algorithms now enable us to handle markets the size of Portugal," says Emmanuel Labi, deputy managing director of autobiz. Switzerland and Austria are the next countries on our list," he adds.

 

The company plans to deliver its first market values for Portugal by the beginning of the second quarter. The context is favourable. The country has returned to growth in 2014. Its GDP grew by a further 1.5% in 2015, following a 0.9% increase in 2014.

 

Sales in the automotive sector are following this trend. New car registrations jumped by nearly 25% last year to 178,500 units and are expected to grow by a further 5% this year and 3% in 2017, according to the Portuguese carmakers' association ACAP.

 

Portugal strengthens the range of 25 countries in which the company deploys its commercial intelligence services, following the example of Brazil in 2014, China in 2015 and India since the beginning of the year.