What does the new survey tell us about the country’s car buying habits?
The answer is pretty good, as it shows the UK is still a popular destination for cars.
The survey, conducted by car company CarFAC, showed that the UK was the second most popular car destination in Europe after France, with a median purchase price of £24,200.
That’s well above the £23,500 price of a luxury car in the US and £25,200 price of the cheapest car in Australia.
The study also showed that a third of the UK’s population was buying a car in 2015.
The country also ranked as the second best place to buy a home, with the median value of a home in the country of £120,000, compared to just £40,000 in France and the Netherlands.
And, of course, the country has the most people buying a vehicle in the world, with more than 3.7 million people.
CarFACT said the survey was based on information collected from 2,500 respondents from all over the UK.
CarFAX found that a large proportion of people surveyed did not own a car, and most people did not buy their car as a “luxury”.
A quarter said they did not even own a single car.
But what about the rest of us?
Are we really going to buy our cars here?
We certainly aren’t, as we can see from the chart below.
It’s easy to understand why a large majority of people in Britain aren’t buying cars.
For example, only 15% of people who owned a car owned a second vehicle, according to CarFACA.
So if a significant percentage of our people are going to go back to the car, the answer is yes, according a CarFAx spokesperson.
And if a large percentage of people aren’t going to get out and drive, the obvious question is, why not?
Cars and the car buying market While there are no official statistics on the country, it’s clear that car sales have been on the rise in recent years.
In 2014, there were just over 40,000 car sales in the U.K. That was down from over 60,000 cars in 2014, and more than 200,000 for the year prior.
In fact, this year has been the worst for car sales since 2009, when there were less than 2,000 sales.
Car companies also point to a growing market for luxury cars as an important reason why more people are choosing to buy cars, with luxury cars becoming a much more common choice among Brits.
According to CarFAXP, luxury car sales increased by almost 30% in 2015, while sales of standard cars decreased by just over 10%.
So, it seems that the luxury car market is in a strong position to support car sales.
While we don’t know exactly how many cars are in the hands of Brits, CarFAAX suggests the figures suggest that over 2.2 million cars are owned by Brits in 2015 alone.
So, why are some Brits buying cars in the first place?
It could be that some people simply want to get on with their lives and get back to normal life.
And while it’s tempting to get behind the wheel of your car in a shopping mall or a crowded park, this isn’t the best way to spend a weekend.
Cars are very popular in other countries too.
For instance, in Italy, the number of car sales has increased by over 50% in just the last two years.
However, the same is not true for the UK, where car sales are declining and car ownership has been declining.
So, maybe the people who are buying cars are simply in a rush to get the car they want.