BCA recently reported that their before tax profits are up 31% to around £45.7 million on turnover up 22% to to £1.4 billion in just half a year.
It continues to grow its presence in the used car buying sphere with WeBuyAnyCar volumes surging 14% to 122,000 sold in the six-month period.
WeBuyAnyCar’s turnover rose 20.3% to £535.2m, driven by the increased volumes and a higher average selling price per vehicle, up 5.5%.
The group now consistently sells WeBuyAnyCar cars within an average of 10 days from purchase.
The number of branches has increased by 9% since March 2018 to 247 of which 75% are open throughout the weekend.
Overall, BCA’s UK remarketing business sold 528,000 cars for the period compared to 512,000 last time, up 3%.
“The number of vehicles sold through our UK Vehicle Remarketing division has continued to grow, with volumes up 3% from strong growth in WeBuyAnyCar, alongside continued OEM and dealer wins, although supply from corporate, leasing and OEMs has been constrained due to lower new car registrations.
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