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BCA buyers to benefit from renewed Jardine remarketing deal

‎Jardine Motors Group’s head of used car development Richard Hollis

BCA has announced an exclusive three-year remarketing deal with Jardine which promises to “deliver a substantial range to BCA buyers”

The deal will see around 20,000 vehicles - a mix of both cars and LCVs - remarketed annually under the new agreement, which commences this month.

BCA’s major account manager, Suzanne Spencer, said: “This deal will deliver a substantial range of attractive stock for buyers at BCA nationwide. 

“Jardine Motors offer a superb selection of vehicles and we are delighted that after a rigorous tender process, BCA has been awarded an exclusive remarketing partnership with the Group.”

Vehicles from Jardine Motors Group will be sold at BCA Blackbushe, Bedford, London and Manchester every week, with all vehicles available to BCA Live Online buyers.   

Jardine uses BCA Dealer Pro across the retail group, meaning every incoming part-exchange vehicle is appraised and valued using BCA’s cloud-based service. 

All non-retail part-exchange cars are consigned to BCA for immediate remarketing, while BCA runs the J2J internal sales platform that offers visibility of part-exchange vehicles across the retail group.

‎Jardine Motors Group’s head of used car development, Richard Hollis (pictured), said: “BCA is the acknowledged market leader and offer an innovative and joined-up approach to remarketing, and most importantly to Jardine, we work together as partners to ensure we maintain a programme that delivers market-leading results throughout the year.

“BCA generates substantial buying power across the physical and digital auction marketplace and we are confident they will continue to produce the best returns for Jardine.

“We are delighted to renew our relationship with BCA for the next three years and look forward to continuing our highly successful partnership.”

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