Pendragon needs to refocus its Car Store used car supermarket strategy as it seeks out “self-help opportunities” in light of an operational business review which predicted that the group would make a significant loss in H1, 2019.
Pendragon’s Evans Halshaw used car business and Arnold Clark have been accused of selling insurance write-offs without telling buyers the vehicle's been in a crash following an investigation by the BBC.
Pendragon’s new leadership team is conducting review of the car retail group’s operational and financial prospects as an interim management statement revealed Q1 pre-taxes losses which were ‘lower than expected’.
Car dealers are once again being advised to think carefully about the wording used to advertise ex-rental vehicles following Pendragon’s £134,000 fine from the Trading Standards team at Middlesbrough Council.
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