This issue is the last before we totally revamp the magazine. Next month, Car Dealer gets a fresh new look. It’ll be more an evolution than revolution, but there’ll be more of a focus on you, the dealers!
We’ll be featuring more of your stories – in our usual unique style – as well as adding some cool new features. But that doesn’t mean the current issue isn’t packed with LOTS of stuff – it is!
By joining Car Dealer Club – for £25 – you’ll get your hands on the latest copy as well as get access to free legal advice (worth £199) from our legal team. Sign up today and we’ll send you the latest issue with your membership pack which includes:
Chrysler Hits Back – read our exclusive interview with Fiat chief Andrew Humberstone about how he plans to turn Chrysler’s fortunes around. Learn about his plans to rebadge Lancia models, why he thinks the worst is over for the UK car market and find out how YOU can join the revolution.
Car Dealer Club – Club laywer Lucy Bonham Carter gives her tips to keep Trading Standards off your back, the common misconceptions made by dealers and some of the best cases where she’s helped dealers. We also hear about a dealer that failed to take legal advice – which he would have got free with Car Dealer Club membership – and find out he ended up paying out thousands of pounds to a disgruntled customer unnecessarily…
Profitable Cars – which are the most profitable cars ever? We run down the models the manufacturers make the most on.
Car Dealer Power – we launch the only survey that asks dealers for their opinions on the manufacturer they represent and the suppliers you do business with.
Reasons to be Cheerful – a look at why it’s not all doom and gloom for car dealers. There’s comment from industry big hitters on why you need to remain positive in 2011.
December & 2010 sales figures – the year’s SMMT sales figures are out. We take a look at the winners and losers in our SMMT sales table and look ahead to 2011.
Plus there’s all the regulars like Big Mike on saluting the Freds in a Shed, Don Brough on why it’s important to retain customers plus find out which Kia customers are posting deposits for through dealers letterboxes.
All this, and more, is in the Issue 35 of Car Dealer.
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