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HPI Drives Peace Of Mind For Diesel Consumers’

By Kyle Lindsay
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 09:40

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Fernando Garcia, Consumer Director at HPI

Driven by mounting negative media coverage around diesel vehicles and usage, leading vehicle data service, hpi is offering diesel users free peace of mind with its latest online valuations tool.

hpi will now display future valuations for vehicle valuations completed online at hpivaluations.com making it easier than ever before to track the future values of any vehicle and dispel any fears over depreciating diesel values.

The service is freely available for a limited time to help calm the fears of diesel vehicle owners. For cars, under five years old future valuations up to five years in the future are provided.

Fernando Garcia, Consumer Director at hpi, said: “We are offering the free to use future valuations service in direct response to increasing negativity and bad publicity surrounding diesel vehicles and usage. This is the first time vehicle buyers and sellers have been presented with free future vehicle values and although this is undoubted of great interest to all drivers looking to sell or buy their vehicles, it is particularly useful to owners of diesel vehicles who may be worried about what the future holds for their vehicle’s value.

“hpi has more than 30 years’ experience supplying valuations to the motoring trade, and now consumers can have the same confidence and peace of mind. The data used to compile the evaluations is based on the latest reliable market information generated by genuine market experts with all valuations completely independent of dealers or manufacturer influence.”

hpi recommends performing an hpi check in addition to any valuation. hpi checks reveal some shocking statistics that can affect the value of a car including, 975 cars per day are identified as write-offs, and 726 cars are found to have mileage discrepancies on a daily basis.

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