Toyota GB managing director Paul Van der Burgh is not chasing volume, but quality – in a broader product range, more profitable dealers and better service.
North Europe general manager Peter Denton believes a bigger network, more used sales and better service will help Maserati emerge from its big brother’s shadow.
Mitsubishi UK managing director Lance Bradley believes a new SUV a year and training for dealership staff could take it to 50,000 registrations by 2021.
Renault’s dealers rewarded it at this year's AM Awards for a plan that boosted market share and profits, says former sales director Darren Payne.
Jaguar Land Rover's network rethink will affect almost every site in its retail network by the time it concludes in 2018.
In Suzuki's ‘family’ of UK dealers, there is more to measuring success than just the numbers, says sales and marketing director Dale Wyatt.
Honda ditched its 80,000-registration target for next year, but believes a new range and transformed finance and aftersales operations are cause for optimism.
A 12-vehicle model offensive over the next six years may offset the shock of losing profitable DS franchises for more than half of Citroën’s current network.
Peugeot believes new dealer remuneration models, Just Add Fuel scheme and online leads will reap rewards in UK market share.
Subaru is focusing on SUVs, ‘boutique service’ and high margins to take registrations and dealer numbers to heights not seen since the turn of the century.
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