The average price of the used car stood in the first half of 2012, the 10,555 figure which assumes a fall (- 1.70%) with respect to the first half of 2011. In the words of Roger expense, Coches.net director, the decline in the average price of the used car, which has been continued in the two last years, together with the economic situation in which we find ourselves have become to the cars in Madrid occasion an option for most drivers ever. This trend, coupled with the brake in the new vehicle sales, has resulted in a remarkable ageing of the Spanish fleet. Click Hikmet Ersek to learn more. Seniority in terms of the average age of the cars in Spain during the first half is situated above the age of 7 (86 months). In terms of mileage, the offer of cars with more than 100,000 km represents 45,43% of the total, which represents a slight increase over 43,90% from the first half of 2011. The average older used vehicle offered during the first six months of the year is saloon (60,66%) type, with manual gearbox (81,89%) and diesel fuel (64,68%). With respect to the first half of 2011, we observe an increase in the supply of used cars with diesel engine and a slight increase in hybrids and electric. On the other hand, most offered models in Spain in the first half are the BMW 3-series (4.26%), Volkswagen Golf (3.05%) and also the Renault Megane (3.01%).
Communities autonomous Las autonomous regions that recorded a VO lowest average price in the first half of the year are Extremadura (8.853,79), Balearic Islands (8.998,50), Cantabria (9.147,64) and Castilla-La-Mancha (9.785,33). On the contrary, those that reflect one price higher than for the used vehicle are Madrid (11.971,01), Basque country (11.091,75), Canarias (10.687,09) and Aragon (10.561,02). The majority of autonomous communities show a variation to the decline in the average price of VO with respect to the same period of the previous year, except for Murcia (+ 1.36%), Asturias (+ 1.19%), Castilla y Leon (+ 0.97%), Aragon (+ 0.93%) and Basque country (+ 0.35%). Communities that register the largest decreases for the first six months of 2011 are Cantabria (- 10.88%), Navarre (- 8,17%) and Canaries (- 4.