Ford Grand C-Max Vehicles have gone through a strong increase in their selling price recently. There has been a considerable inflation in the selling prices for this model.
The retail prices for Ford Grand C-Max cars have gone through a strong rise during the last 6 months. The average price in December was £18,409. This price hardly went through any changes and remained at £18,525 during January. The average selling price has remained fairly constant during the following two months, going from £18,467 to £18,728. The average price has had spectacular rise of 1403 % with an average price of £18,597.5 during the previous 4 months and £279,476.5 during the most recent months in April and May.
The average price for Ford Grand C-Max has had a strong rise in recent years. Between 2011 and 2015, the average price is £7,529. There was a significant inflation of the average price in 2011 (£5,378) moving up till (£9,768)in 2015. During the next two years (2016, 2017) the price for the aforementioned model has gone up strongly a 68 %. During the last two years, prices in the car industry have gone up 14 % compared to the average values for the previous 4 years. This conclusion was reached from studying the prices for the the preceding four years in previous sample (£14,691.25) and the the last two years that were studied (2018, 2019) with a price of £16,711.
The graph that displays the price for Ford Grand C-Max cars according to their mileage shows that those cars within a mileage range of "100,000 - 200,000" are the ones with the lowest price. They are 99 % more affordable than the average price (£540,848). Next with a price of £10,040 and a mileage range of "50,000 - 100,000" we would see the following vehicles. The mileage range for the most affordable cars is "less than 10,000". It is 0% less expensive than the average market value followed by those cars with a mileage of "10,000 - 25,000" priced at £16,558.
The graph showing the average price for the fuel type for Ford Grand C-Max cars points out to "Diesel" as being the cheapest fuel type. It is 58 % less expensive than the average market price (£540,848) followed by "Petrol" priced at £393,504. On average the cheapest type of fuel is "Petrol". It´s price is 27 % more affordable than the average market value followed by "Diesel" with a price of £225,323.