The combined turnover of the entire ID50 in 2015, a rise of £300m since 2014. £2.35bn of that is generated by the top 10 members.
The median return-on-sales (RoS) of the ID50, a 0.1ppt rise year-on-year. The mean RoS figure was 3.5%, down 0.2ppts since last year.
The average turnover of the bottom 10 independent dealers in the ID50, a £3.3m increase on last year.
The largest leap year-on-year in an individual independent dealer’s sales in 2015. Motorpoint again took the honour, with revenues up to £729.2m.
The average turnover of the top 10 independent dealers in the ID50, a £24m increase on last year.
The average profit before tax of ID50 dealers in 2015, unchanged since 2014.
The number of ID50 companies unable to increase their turnover in 2015, almost double those of 2014 – Direct Cars, Ron Skinner & Sons, ESP, Sandles Car Supermarkets, Morrison Motors, Corner Park Garages, Croyland Car Megastore, Frosts (Cars), Tom Hartley and Talacrest.
The fastest rate of turnover growth year-on-year of any ID50 company, achieved for the second consecutive year by Big Cars, whose turnover jumped from £13.5m in 2014 to £24.3m in 2015.
This year’s entry threshold to the ID50, a rise of £1.5m.
The difference in turnover between the ID50 leader Motorpoint, which has 12 outlets nationwide and 50th-placed ESP (Canei International).