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  • 15 cars that are set to make it in 2019

    by Kim Winnepenninckx | Nov 09, 2018
    When the time approaches for you to renew your range of second-hand cars, it is always worth taking a look at how the market is developing and anticipating the trends that will colour the sector. An empty showroom and (hopefully) a full cash register are the perfect conditions to go through the market in a flash and snap up a number of new gems. First of all: it’s never a bad idea to find out what is likely to happen in the sector over the coming months and years, to understand the underlying developments and adjust your range accordingly. Will the demand for diesel in Western Europe continue to plummet, in favour of electricity? CarsOnTheWeb shows the way with an overview of the main newcomers at the Paris Motor Show.
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  • How much will the WLTP rock the second-hand market?

    by Kim Winnepenninckx | Nov 09, 2018
    Since 1 September, all new cars registered in Europe must pass the WLPT test, which is a more realistic way of measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. This new turning point has given rise to many questions and concerns. What about the impact of this new standard on the sale of second-hand cars?
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  • Gino talks: Our brand new, ultra-efficient Car Detail page.

    by Marinka Kerryn | Nov 09, 2018
    We want your CarsOnTheWeb experience to be the best experience possible. Quick. Easy. And completely hassle-free. We usually accomplish this with little updates and by introducing handy new services. But, we have decided it was time to start a major overhaul of the website. The result? Game-changing improvements that deliver the best experience possible. We started with a few new features ...
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  • 7 heights and lows from 70 years of Porsche history

    by Marinka Kerryn | Oct 08, 2018
    It is exactly 70 years ago this year that the very first Porsche, which was based on the on the Volkswagen Beetle 356, delivered its very first meters in the Austrian city Gmünd. How did Porsche succeed in becoming one of the few post-war brands to become one of the most reputed car manufacturers in the world? CarsOnTheWeb went browsing in the richly filled Porsche archives, and hit 7 major milestones.
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  • Connected vehicles: What if ... cars could talk?

    by Marinka Kerryn | Aug 30, 2018
    Today's cars are just brimming with technology, but communicating with other four wheelers and other road users, we still do with indicators, hooter and brake lights. But all that's going to change in the future. Cars will communicate with each other and with their environment, and that will be a major step forward for safety, traffic flow and vehicle efficiency...
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  • Ford Fiesta: destined to remain popular

    by Marinka Kerryn | Jul 30, 2018
    It all started in 1976, when the world met the Ford with the festive name, the Fiesta, for the very first time. Since the first model left the factory, Ford has produced more than 17 million Fiestas around the world. Join us on our journey to discover the history of Ford’s compact smash hit, which is still enjoying unparalleled success on today’s international second-hand market.
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  • How CarsOnTheWeb is aiming for the top

    by Marinka Kerryn | Jul 26, 2018
    CarsOnTheWeb is not just any online car auction platform. Its unique business model and pan-European scope ensure transactions are fast, easy and hassle-free. Customers are satisfied, their numbers increasing rapidly. Here's how CarsOnTheWeb is aiming for the top.
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  • Gino Talks: awesome new functionalities

    by Marinka Kerryn | Jul 24, 2018
    You’re already aware that everyone at CarsOnTheWeb is committed to making buying and selling as quick and efficient as humanly possible, and as enjoyable as legally allowed. It’s why we’re constantly tweaking our systems and adding new functions and options. What are they?
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  • Is the Trump presidency having an influence on the European car market?

    by Marinka Kerryn | Jun 25, 2018
    Since his inauguration eighteen months ago, Donald Trump has stepped up his attacks on trade with Europe. After having imposed higher tariffs on European steel (+25%) and aluminium (+10%), he is seriously considering imposing tariffs of 2.5% to 20 or 25% on non-American cars.
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  • CarsOnTheWeb announces 2017 annual results

    by Marinka Kerryn | Jun 18, 2018
    CarsOnTheWeb, the online auction website for the car trade, has announced its 2017 annual results in its first annual report.
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