Over the last three years, as a result of the recession, our industry has experienced some growing pains. Just as demand began to rise, the industry’s economic woes were met with the wrath of Mother Nature when the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, taking a toll on the production plants that feed the inventories of dealerships across the country. Despite the difficulties, most dealers have weathered the storm, cut costs and increased efficiencies to stay afloat. The best dealers have remained strong and are now benefiting from increased demand, revenue and profits with leaner organizations that are enjoying the newfound demand in the recovering market.
Also in this issue…
Matt Buchanan – Negotiate Like a Mega Dealer
Dale Pollak – How to Avoid “Gotcha!” Moments in Used Vehicle Acquisitions
Kendall Billman – What is Your Website Hiding, Part 3