The six new recruits completed an intensive two-year apprenticeship with the brand as part of what the Italian supercar specialist sees as “The de facto route into a professional career with an Official Ferrari Dealership”.
Stratstone Wilmslow made a success of its Liverpool Live event despite the rain, parading its fleet of vehicles past St George’s Hall, the Liver Building and the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building at the Albert Dock. The retailer said that “hundreds of spectators” had braved the wet weather to see Aston Martin models, branded in unique Aston Martin livery, up close. The Aston Martin Vanquish S and DB11 models toured the city, alongside the V8 Vantage AMR, which was announced as a late surprise.
In its monthly car auction data report for August 2017 – which is compiled by Glass’s – NAMA reported that the average price of a used car at auction rose from £4,824 to £5,188 first time conversion rates increased by 3.1% to 82.3% from July as the rate rose 4.6% above that of August 2016. This came despite an average mileage up by 1.1% (2,400 miles) to 65,654 during the month. Louise Wallis, head of NAMA, said: “It is positive to see that the auction market strengthened again in August.
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Selecting a term
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