Suzuki announces dealer award winners

Time 8 years ago

c79cb940-1cd9-4368-926d-e49293c0957aSUZUKI has recognised a number of outstanding retailers in its annual national dealer conference.

Hosted by Katie Derham, the television and radio presenter, dealerships were recognised for their achievements in the motor trade over the past 12 months.

All dealers were assessed on seven criteria and scored to determine who would be the winner in the large, medium and small Dealer of the Year categories.


The categories included percentage of target sales achieved, finance penetration percentage, Sales Customer Satisfaction Index, Service CSI, number of parts sold, number of accessories sold and return on sales percentage.

Dale Wyatt, sales and marketing director, said: ‘We are very pleased with the achievements of all of our winning dealers and would like to congratulate them for their efforts, as well as to the entire network for its commitment to the brand. Looking forward, we will launch a new model each year for the next three years and hope to build on the success we are currently having with the new SX4 S-Cross.’


The winners:

Large Dealer:

Luscombe Suzuki, Leeds


Medium Dealer:

J and J Motors, Bridgend



Hale Common Suzuki, Isle of Wight


Individual awards were given to:


Sales Growth Award:

Ponthir Road Suzuki, Newport

CSI Improvement Gordon Motors, Perthshire


Parts Growth:

T W White and Sons, Effingham



Islington Suzuki, Trowbridge


Awards for long service:


25 Years:

Brenwood Suzuki, Kircaldy


20 Years:

Autosales, Bilston

Blackshaws, Alnwick

Chiswick Suzuki, Brentford

Fawdingtons Garage, Hexham

Motor Mall, Guernsey

Motor Mall, Jersey

Pentraeth Automotive, Anglesey


Dealers of the “500+ Club” in recognition of selling over 500 cars per dealership:


Chapel House Motor Co

Colin Appleyard Cars

Hodgson Suzuki

Jenkins Suzuki

Luscombe Suzuki

Ponthir Road Suzuki

T J Vickers





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