Mercedes-Benz Retail topped the charts in a recent Autointel top 20 dealer group ranking.
The Group netted the highest average sales per outlet of 41 car sales per site in May, compared to the average UK dealer selling 26 new cars.
“We are motivated by results and this illustrates Mercedes-Benz Retail’s strength in its brand, product, personnel and service," said Mercedes-Benz Retail managing director, Neil Williamson.
“Within our business we have seen a strong start to 2010 and a clear rise in sales in the first half of the year. Despite the economic recession, Mercedes-Benz Retail is weathering the storm and can see a hint of brightness on the horizon."
Mercedes-Benz Retail Group is a division of Mercedes-Benz UK Ltd and was founded in September 2001.
Today, it has 23 outlets across Birmingham, London and Manchester and is the largest official retailer of new and approved used Mercedes-Benz cars in the UK.
The top five highest average sales per outlet
- Mercedes-Benz Retail 41.2
- Caffyns 39.8
- Inchcape Retail 38.8
- Listers Group 38
- Ford Retail 37.1
Source: Autointel and SMMT