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Car Dealer Briefing: What’s in this week’s subscriber-only Substack newsletter from James Baggott?

  • Car Dealer Weekly Briefing published today to subscribers on Substack
  • Newsletter summarises the week’s biggest headlines and gives exclusive opinion on the topics
  • Subscribers receive the exclusive newsletter to their inbox every Friday 

Time 2:28 pm, June 21, 2024

Manufacturer musical chairs, cheesed off Jaguar dealers and veteran industry investor Tony Bramall’s latest investment lead this week’s pick of the news.

Editor-in-chief James Baggott’s latest Car Dealer Weekly Briefing Substack newsletter has been published today to subscribers and he gives his thoughts on the biggest headlines of the week.

Designed to help time-poor automotive industry leaders keep up with all the goings-on from Car Dealer Magazine, the subscriber-only newsletter is now in its second week.

The publication digests the Top 5 biggest stories from Car Dealer – the ones you really need to know – with Baggott’s thoughts on what they really mean.

In this week’s Car Dealer Weekly Briefing there’s some exclusive news too with comments from electric car maker Nio about its plans for the UK.

We also chat about Fisker – which filed for bankruptcy in the US – and what it means to supply of the electric Ocean SUVs here.

There’s a summary of this week’s podcast, which today featured Steve Hurn, of SH Cars. He’s a specialist used car dealer with a fascinating take on the current state of the motor trade.

You can find the latest podcast on your favourite platform – including Apple and Spotifty – by searching for the Car Dealer Podcast.

Baggott also summarises the other major headlines all in one place so you can quickly and easily stay up to date with the week’s news all in one place, including:

  • Bill Berman’s whopping pay packet
  • Fines for a used car dealer
  • Volvo brings back the estate
  • Caterham’s commitment
  • US cracking down on foreign tech

The Car Dealer Weekly Briefing is available free of charge for the next two weeks – including this one – and after that you’ll need to be a paid subscriber to continue receiving it.

To read the latest edition visit where full details on how to subscribe are explained. 

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Car Dealer has been covering the motor trade since 2008 as both a print and digital publication. In 2020 the title went fully digital and now provides daily motoring updates on this website for the car industry. A digital magazine is published once a month.

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