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Pent up desire drives up sales at Avenue Cars

Six months after moving to their new base in Huntley, Avenue Cars are seeing record sales across all price ranges of second hand cars and vans.

This is especially true of higher end cars such as Porsches, BMWs and Land Rovers.

Managing director Nick Broady said: "The move here to Huntley has been fantastic for us and has far exceeded our greatest expectations.

"It's been great to welcome new and old clients, especially seeing so many familiar faces, face to face after such a long time.

"Demand has been built up during lockdown, there is a shortage of new cars coming on the market and for the first time in history, second hand cars are increasing in value as they are parked on your drive!"

Andrew Perry, co-director of Avenue Cars added: "There is so much pent-up demand and people have spent lockdown saving up and now want a new car, they are willing to bust the budget and spend a bit more than usual".

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