TrustFord and BCA renew remarketing partnership

TrustFord and BCA renew remarketing partnership

TRUSTFORD, the world’s largest dedicated Ford dealer group, with 65 dealerships across the UK, has renewed its long-standing exclusive remarketing partnership with BCA for a further two years, with the new deal running until May 2019.

TrustFord remarkets around 14,000 vehicles annually with BCA, offering a broad range of stock including cars and light commercial vehicles through branded sales held at Bridgwater, Enfield, Belle Vue in Manchester, Paddock Wood and Measham Commercials.

TrustFord cars are offered with a BCA Assured report and both cars and vans are pre-sale prepared to a high standard.

The majority of vehicles have the V5 and service history present and are offered with a warranted mileage. TrustFord are also adopting AutosOnShow’s video marketing services across the group.

BCA is supporting the TrustFord sales programme with a marketing campaign that includes branded e-marketing and online awareness through BCA’s website and Auction View bulletins.

John Leeman, TrustFord operations director, said: ‘BCA offers a comprehensive range of services that allow us to remarket large volumes of part-exchange and non-retail stock quickly and efficiently. We are pleased to renew this long-standing partnership and confident that BCA will continue to deliver the buying power, both online and in-lane, that generate the best returns for TrustFord.’

BCA’s dealer sales director, Dave Burden, added: ‘BCA is delighted to continue to partner TrustFord for a further two years to exclusively remarket both cars and commercials to used vehicle buyers nationwide.

‘Throughout our long-established business relationship, BCA has focussed on delivering services that meet with TrustFord’s needs in a fast moving and competitive industry.’

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