Car Dealer Power Features

Car Dealer Power: Winners and losers

Time 12 years ago

nissanTHE results of our Car Dealer Power survey are out – and there are some shock winners and losers!

Nissan swooped to victory and was named the Car Dealer Power winner after top scoring with an incredible 91 per cent.

The marque scored six Faultless averages and two Excellents in our survey that aimed to find the best car manufacturer to represent in the UK.

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In second place was Kia with a score of 78 per cent and third place Toyota with 76 per cent – a superb achievement after a tumultuous year.

Nissan’s UK MD, Paul Willcox said: ‘It gives us great satisfaction to see that our dealers are delighted to be working with Nissan and can’t wait to get their hands on all of the new products that we have in the pipeline.

‘For Nissan customers, our dealers are our public face so they remain a crucial part of our ongoing success.’


At the bottom of the pile was Fiat with a disastrous score of just 29 per cent and not much better was Alfa Romeo with a score of 31 per cent. But the real shock was Honda place fourth from bottom with just 36 per cent.

Car Dealer Power also named the best suppliers to do business with in 11 categories – from finance to warranties.

To find out who won what and to take a look at where your manufacturer placed in our ground-breaking survey you can read the full feature as it appear in the magazine here.

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James is the founder and editor-in-chief of Car Dealer Magazine, and CEO of parent company Baize Group. James has been a motoring journalist for more than 20 years writing about cars and the car industry.

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