These are the most read stories published on am-online.com from May and June 2014.
Daily targets and a focus on every individual have driven Rybrook Warwick BMW, the AM Awards winner for Excellence in Aftersales, to global success.
The Financial Conduct Authority approached nine companies in the automotive industry in its first 15 days of taking responsibility for consumer finance.
A salesman who was fired posed as his former employers to order nearly £300,000 of cars through BCA after getting drunk.
Suzuki turned its lack of new products over the past few years to its advantage and is enjoying sales growth and rising dealer satisfaction.
Vertu Motors has increased its representation of Jaguar and Land Rover with its acquisition of Hillendale Group.
Carmakers tell dealers they want great customer service, but sales demands mean shifting units still carries a higher bonus. AM asks analysts, manufacturers and dealers if there is a better model.
McLaren Automotive has appointed Jolyon Nash as its executive director, global sales & marketing and member of the board of management.
Audi has been investigated by BBC Watchdog following confusion from UK dealership staff about which of the brand's models have been Euro NCAP tested.
Jaguar and Lexus have been named as joint top place brands in the 2014 What Car? JD Power survey this year.