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How do you expect the capital investment demands of your franchise to change between now and 2020? Please leave a comment.

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How do you expect the capital investment demands of your franchise to change between now and 2020? Please leave a comment.

  • It will decrease. = 28.6%
  • It will increase. = 71.4%
  • It will stay the same. = 0.0%

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Do you operate a loyalty reward scheme that encourages customers to share their experience?

  • Yes = 25.0%
  • No = 41.7%
  • Not yet but considering it = 33.3%

Do customers buy cars from you because of your brand, or the manufacturer's? Please leave a comment

  • My dealer brand and reputation = 35.1%
  • The manufacturer's brand and reputation = 51.4%
  • It's about the product, not the brand = 13.5%

Will new car profits increase or decrease in 2015? Please leave a comment

  • Increase = 12.2%
  • Decrease = 73.2%
  • Stay flat = 14.6%

How confident are you that your business's culture will be FCA compliant in 2015? Please leave a comment

  • Very confident = 30.0%
  • Quite confident = 30.0%
  • Slightly unsure = 30.0%
  • Very unsure = 10.0%

Is the regulatory environment harming or helping your business? Please leave a comment.

  • Helping = 53.3%
  • Harming = 46.7%

Do you expect your used car margin to increase or decrease in 2015?

  • Increase = 22.6%
  • Decrease = 77.4%

Colin Appleyard and Hyundai will trial an 'unmanned' car showroom. Will this be the future for motor retail? Please leave a comment.

  • No = 66.7%
  • Yes = 33.3%

Do you believe the regular introduction of a new showroom look and feel has a positive impact on sales?

  • Yes = 28.6%
  • No = 61.9%
  • Unsure = 9.5%

Would an independent Scotland be a positive for automotive retailing? Please add a reason when voting.

  • Yes = 10.7%
  • No = 78.6%
  • Impossible to call, either way = 10.7%

Will your dealership’s earnings from add-on products rise or fall in the next six months?

  • Rise = 38.5%
  • Fall = 61.5%
  • Remain flat = 0.0%