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Car dealer networks are likely to be cut by more than a quarter by the end of this decade.

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Road test: Mercedes A Class

19/12/2014 in News

First released in 2012, the third-generation Mercedes A Class is a seriously stunning car, especially when compared to its predecessors; although, it was really about time the manufacturer gave the model this much-needed re-design.

Compliance and how to achieve it - advice from the AM F&I Compliance Conference

19/12/2014 in News

Advice from the expert speakers at AM's F&I Compliance Conference on meeting and conforming to industry-regulating bodies


THE 2015 AM AWARDS - The ICC - February 19 2015

Success at the AM Awards has become the benchmark by which the industry judges itself. Each year shortlisted companies and members of the automotive industry great and good gather at a gala evening to celebrate the success of the past year. The presentation evening is always a spectacular occasion and the winners enjoy extensive publicity and widespread recognition for their achievements.

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Dealer profiles

Michael Edwards: why the top MG dealer prefers a low-tech approach

Michael Edwards Group, the most successful MG dealer in the UK, illustrates the benefits of a low-tech approach.

Ridgeway Oxford Audi: keeping the focus on people, not technology

Ridgeway Oxford Audi head of business Alex Matschy on keeping a focus on people in his sparkling, new ‘terminal’ site.

Market insight

Toyota Prius fastest selling used car in December - Glass's

The Toyota Prius is the fastest used car off the forecourt for December.

European new car market growth continues

Europe’s new car sales continued to grow in November, up 1.3% year-on-year.

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06 February 2015
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Manufacturers' offers for retail car buyers, updated monthly.

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