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It’s the annual Automotive Influencers edition, in which we quiz the great and the good of the car industry to find out what they think the year ahead will have in store.
Among our influencers this year are Alex Smith, managing director of Nissan Motor GB, Jeremy Hicks, JLR’s UK MD, and Robert Forrester, chief executive of Vertu Motors. Find out what they think about Brexit, the changes facing this great industry of ours … and what their first purchases would be if they won the National Lottery!
Elsewhere in the mag, we have a great triple test for you to get your teeth into. Jack Evans and Darren Cassey were let loose on a trio of supercars together worth more than £500,00. Find out which was their favourite: the Audi R8 Spyder V10 Plus, the Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster or the Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante.
They were put through their paces on the roads of the New Forest, not far from Car Dealer HQ – and certainly turned a few heads! Cars like these are vital for dealerships – and Jack and Darren explain why.
CDX is less than four months away now – and we have six great reasons why you really should be there. You probably already know, but the biggest and best expo for the motor trade takes place on May 21 and 22 at Manchester Central – and is not to be missed! We also catch up with two of our headline partners – GardX and WMS Group – who tell us what they have in store.
It’s certainly a busy edition of Car Dealer. We have extensive coverage of the full-year SMMT new car registration figures, our regular columnists such as James Baggott, Ben Garside and James Litton, and first-drive road tests of the DS 7 Crossback, BMW i3s and Alpine A110.
With our regular dose of legal advice from our friends at Lawgistics, a look at the suppliers you should be working with in 2018 and the latest news from our fleet of long-termers, Issue 119 of Car Dealer is not to be missed.
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