Peter Vardy is offering free installation and use of his end-to-end online car retail platform SilverBullet in a bid to make the sector’s businesses more resilient to the impact of COVID-19 coronavirus.
Peter Vardy has revealed that it expects to complete 50% of its car sales online by 2023 after crediting a focus on used car sales and aftersales for profit growth in its 2018 financial results.
A recent study of UK consumers, conducted by Peter Vardy, found that over a quarter of Brits would be happy to buy a car online without a test drive.
Peter Vardy-backed Silver Bullet is targeting “market saturation” across the globe with its end-to-end online car retail platform which allows dealers to interact with car buyers around the clock.
Scotland has welcomed its fourth Porsche showroom after Peter Vardy officially opened its new Porsche Centre Perth facility.
Peter Vardy’s BMW Edinburgh dealership fought off fierce competition to win the car manufacturer’s Dealer of the Year award in what was described as “a lifelong ambition” fulfilled.
Peter Vardy CarStore Glasgow won the AM Award for Sales Team Of The Year.
Scottish dealer group Peter Vardy has opened a new Heritage Showroom to display its range of classic cars, in Edinburgh.
Peter Vardy Vauxhall in Edinburgh is the Best UK Dealership To Work For in 2017
Peter Vardy Group has opened a new Mini showroom in Edinburgh – complete with a new café and accessories shop.
Scotland is set to get its fourth Porsche dealership, to be run by Peter Vardy.
Peter Vardy has opened its Dundee CarStore and at 70,000 square feet it is one of the largest car dealerships in Scotland.
Peter Vardy Group is poised to open its second CarStore used car supermarket as work on a £7 million facility in Dundee nears completion.
The AM Awards 2017 retailer of the year was Peter Vardy.
The AM Award 2017 for best dealership went to Peter Vardy BMW & Mini Edinburgh.
The AM Award 2017 for best sales team (new or used) went to Peter Vardy BMW & Mini Edinburgh.
Peter Vardy will aim to feed, educate and clothe vulnerable children in East Africa through its involvement with a major aid project worth £1.26 million.
Peter Vardy’s ambition is not to make money, but to be the best place to work and the best place to buy – it seems to be paying off.
Peter Vardy has attracted criticism from advertising watchdogs, despite dismissing complaints regarding one its ads.
Peter Vardy’s Carstore made the national news when an inflatable duck broke free in high winds and rolled around the streets of Glasgow.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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