BVRLA broker statistics:
- Combined car and van volumes grew by 27% in 2015
- 208,006 vehicles on contract at year end
- Car volumes increased by a quarter to 148,819
- Personal contract hire accounted for 48% of all new agreements
- Van leasing volumes rose by 36%
BVRLA leasing brokers’ growth accelerated in the second half of 2015 with 208,006 vehicles on contract at the end of the year.
The latest BVRLA data shows that leasing brokers’ combined car and van volumes rocketed by 27% over the course of 2015.
Leasing brokers’ total car volumes increased by 24% to 148,819 units.
Much of this growth was driven by personal contract hire, which has seen its share of leasing broker business rise to 39% in 2015 from 22% back in 2012. Looking at 2015 in isolation, personal contract hire accounted for 48% of all new agreements signed by leasing brokers.
Meanwhile brokers’ total van leasing volumes increased by 36% to 59,187 units. In this sector, growth was seen across the board, with business contract hire enjoying 61% share of leasing brokers’ business, while finance lease was responsible for 34%.
Commenting on the 2015 figures, the chairman of the BVRLA’s Leasing Broker Committee Mike Potter said: “This growth shows the prominent role brokers are playing in the fleet industry.
“Whether it’s cars for personal customers or vans for businesses, brokers are increasingly being called upon to provide access to affordable vehicle finance.”