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AMi data service is now free for UK franchised dealers

AM has launched its AMi data service to franchised car and van dealers in the UK for free.

AMi provides benchmarking tools that enable comparisons to be made between franchised dealer groups and AM200 averages (AM200 is the top 200 dealer groups ranked by turnover).

Comparisons can also be made using manufacturer data in relation to brand health and manufacturer franchised networks.

AMi sources key information from credible providers including Sewells, National Franchised Dealers Association, Companies House, AM, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) and vehicle manufacturers ensuring its data is robust and current.

AMi contains over 500 records on dealer groups, plus all owner operators, including head office address, brands represented and locations.

It also collates NFDA Dealer Attitude Survey scores since 2008, new car registration figures from retail, fleet and business over the last 10 years, as well as all AM100 information.

AMi is updated on a continuous basis which ensures an accurate representation of the franchised dealer sector and enables users to track sector and dealer and manufacturer changes within individual dealer groups.


AMi tells you how your group’s financial performance compares against your peer group in the AM100, for example the top 10, 20, 50 and 100.

Dealer mapping

Map the locations of competitor groups and brands allowing for accurate network planning – and customer prospecting for suppliers’ sales teams

10-year performance

10-years of comprehensive financial data provides the means to accurately assess the long-term health of more than 200 dealer groups

Franchised dealers can access AMi for free by signing up for a free account. Make sure you tick the box to recieve access to AMi when filling out your details. For more information please contact AM editor Jeremy Bennett

Typical questions AMi can help you answer:

  • How does my trading performance compare to other dealers of a similar business size?
  • Who are the fastest growing dealers (in my region)?
  • Which dealer groups have been acquisitive?
  • Which dealer groups may be forced to slow down their acquisition plans due to on-going financial pressures?
  • What is the average profit per dealer group?
  • Who are the poorest performers?
  • Which dealer groups are most likely to dispose of assets?
  • What is the size of the dealer market and how is it changing?

AMi paid subscriptions are also available for suppliers and manufacturers. For details please contact Sheryl Graham on or 01733 366467.

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  • Shabraz Khan - 19/01/2015 01:07

    I require the car dealership database.