Rybrook Holdings experienced a slight fall in profits last year.
To the year ended December 31 profit before tax* went from £4.4 million in 2014 to £3.97m in 2015 (-9.8%).
Turnover went from £438m to £432m (-1.4%).
It sold two Mercedes-Benz businesses last year boosting statutory profit before tax by 250%.
To the year December 31, stat PBT was £15.5m, compared to £4.4m in 2014.
In March 2015 Rybrook sold two sites to JCT600 making £11.5m.
Return on capital employed was 20.8% (32.7%) and EBITDA £17.8m (£6.8m).
Rybrook Holdings is among the largest privately owned new and used car dealer groups in the UK, with individual dealerships representing most major specialist and luxury franchises.
Based in Warwick, Rybrook represents Bentley, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, McLaren, Mini, Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Specialist Cars and Volvo.
AM will be revealing the autumn AM100 detailing the financial performance of the biggest franchised dealers in the UK in 2015 in its November issue.
* includes finance costs, but excludes non-trading exceptional items eg profits on sales of businesses, VAT returns etc.