February has not served to install car retailers’ used vehicle operations as “the shining star” in their business in recent months and news of HMRC VAT reforms will only make life tougher, according to Cazana.
Jaguar Land Rover's global sales fortunes may seem to be closely tied to the revolt against diesel engines, the uncertainty of Brexit and Chinese trade challenges but does its model strategy require a re-think?
Vehicle manufacturers need to engage in greater levels of ‘calibration collaboration’ to deal with the rectification of new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), if they are to assure a swift turnaround of accident repair work and avoid ‘bodyshop backlogs.’
Collecting insights from academics, customers and industry leaders, Syncron recently set out to understand how manufacturers can capitalise on the megatrend of servitisation, where manufacturers shift the focus of selling a product itself to the outcome or value that the product delivers.
The dealer landscape looks very different today than it did 10 years ago. Rapid advancements in technology, the demand for a short lead-time from buying decisions to delivery, and changes to legislation and regulation leave dealerships scrambling to stay ahead of the curve.
David Morton, sales and solutions director at Arvato UK & Ireland, explains how car retailers and manufacturers can take advantage of the wealth of data available to them to deliver a seamless and proactive customer experience.
With the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) set to publish the findings of its review of the motor finance sector in November, it’s fair to say that car dealer sales practices have never been under greater scrutiny than over the last 12 months.
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