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Barely 10 years ago and there weren’t many SUVs on the UK’s roads but now they account for nearly one in three of all vehicles.

And there are more new models entering the marketplace this year as car manufacturers look to tap into this growing demand.

Now data experts at HPI say that the SUV segment has been the fastest-growing for several years.

One analyst, Mark Ballmer, says that in 30 years of working the car industry, he’s never seen growth like it.

He said: “SUV’s in 2008 barely existed with annual sales of around 161,000 vehicles from a total of 2.1 million. SUV’s accounted for 11.6% of the market.

“In 2017, the SUV sector achieved 817,000 sales in a car market selling 2.5 million cars which is 30.5% market share.

‘SUV sales growth is nothing short of staggering’

“SUV sales growth is nothing short of staggering in just 10 years and shows no sign

If you are thinking about scrapping or changing your car or van, then you deserve to get the best scrap price for it.

This means contacting The Scrappers who will offer the best price and come and collect your vehicle as well.

As a thriving scrapyard, we have a growing number of clients overseas for the engines we remove from scrapped UK vehicles which means we currently have a major demand for engines for a Spanish client. So, if your car or van is listed below, we will give you the best possible price for your vehicle:

  • Ford Transit
  • Ford Ka
  • Nissan Almera
  • Hyundai Atos
  • Suzuki Swift
  • Mazda2
  • Vauxhall Astra
  • Hyundai Accent
  • Vauxhall Vectra
  • Toyota Corolla
  • BMW 3 Series
  • Daewoo Lacetti
  • Nissan Terrano
  • Vauxhall Insignia
  • Toyota Avensis

Demand from overseas clients for the engines we provide bearing and even if your car is not listed above, we may still require it and offer

With more than 374,000 hits, a video posted onto The Scrappers Facebook page of a cyclist in collision with a vehicle has created controversy.

The video was uploaded by Terry Walker, who owns The Scrappers, and now a national newspaper has carried the story and it’s led to lots of comments with people deciding on who is to blame.

The accident footage goes viral http://video.dailymail.co.uk/preview/mol/2018/02/04/8617362097004367320/636x382_MP4_8617362097004367320.mp4

The driver of the Range Rover is the daughter of Terry and while the cyclist was injured, he apparently is not pressing charges but is pursuing a claim.

The video was posted with the question: “Honest opinion who is at fault here?”

The resulting online furore has led to divided opinion over whether the cyclist has the right of way.

Comments on The Scrappers Facebook video the following day approached 5,000 with commentators blaming the cyclist while others say the driver is at fault.

There’s no doubt that the cyclist takes

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