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Motor Trade Radio is a weekly podcast, powered by MOTORS, focused on the needs of today’s franchised and independent car dealerships, as well as suppliers and OEMs. Available to stream wherever you are, it presents a blend of industry headlines, interviews, expert opinion, top tips and entertainment wrapped up in a chat-show style platform. Join co-hosts Philip Nothard and Curtis Hutchinson for #AllTheChatterThatMatters

Aug 27, 2022

Lots to discuss on the week’s Motor Trade Radio news roundup, powered by eBay Motors Group.


🚗 Cap hpi's director of valuations Derren Martin talks us through how trade values performed in August

🚗 A sneak preview of eBay Motors Group’s August Market View on prices/demand/stock

🚗 Ahead of the September...

Aug 26, 2022

Catch our Motor Trade Radio podcast conversation with cap hpi's valuations director Derren Martin to find out how August's trade values performed. Also up for discussion: winners and losers by age and fuel type, stocking levels, consumer demand and how the market is looking on the eve of the next week’s plate-change.

Aug 22, 2022

This week we're delighted to welcome respected industry thought-leader Ian Godbold on the Motor Trade Radio podcast for a chat about his newly launched consultancy business, used car digital marketing best practices, how dealers can apply velocity trading why "simplicity is the art of sophistication" and more!

Aug 20, 2022

We have another headline-busting show podcast from Motor Trade Radio podcast, powered by eBay Motors Group.

🚗 Why focus and grip are needed for dealers during economic challenges

🚗 New approach needed for dealers selling older used stock

🚗 IMI predicts staff shortfall

🚗 EVs, MoTs and tyre wear

🚗 CitNOW...

Aug 13, 2022

This week on Motor Trade Radio, powered by @ebaymotorsgroup, Philip and Curtis have gone all thematic with four big topics generating industry headlines gathered together for you to enjoy all in one place.

🎙️Used car trends – Q2 sales and how selling older cars is causing some dealers problems