Spring has sprung in a major way for Vauxhall's Network Q with the news that April was the most successful sales month ever for the award winning used car operation.
Network Q, often regarded as the benchmark for the industry, has been trading since 1990. Its 12,076 cars sold last month beat the previous record of 11,960 cars set in March 1999.
The record month has boosted further a strong start to the year for the UK's largest used car operation - up 10 per cent on 2001 with nearly 42,000 cars sold in all. Network Q expects to sell its one millionth vehicle later this year.
Andy Robson, brand manager for Network Q, commented: "This shows there is confidence out there among customers when it comes to large purchases, but is also testament to our dealers' consistent commitment to quality and customer satisfaction to help maintain Network Q's position as the leading used car programme."
Popular Network Q models among Vauxhall's range are the Corsa and Vectra. With a new Vectra on sale next month, clean used examples of the outgoing model are plentiful and for buyers looking for that family transport bargain, they represent some of the best value for money around.
The Corsa continues to be a popular used buy, appealing especially to women buyers and those taking ownership of their first car.
Network Q is so confident in the quality of vehicles sold, the parameters for qualifying cars changed recently with the maximum age being extended from five years to any age and maximum mileage increased from 60,000 miles to unlimited.
Most popular makes of vehicle stocked are also covered by the Network Q MOT. And all vehicles are given a comprehensive 114 point check with any rectification necessary carried out before being offered for sale.Published 8 May 2002