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Glyn Hopkin acquires Nissan Cambridge site

Dealer group, Glyn Hopkin, has expanded with the acquisition of Nissan Cambridge from Marshall Motor Group. The acquired business is the only Nissan outlet in Cambridgeshire. With the site onboard, Glyn Hopkin’s Nissan portfolio extends to 13 sites across the South East. Under the terms of the deal, staff at the Nissan Cambridge site are transferring to Glyn Hopkin, taking the Group’s total headco

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Word of mouth key to choosing garages

imi servicingWord of mouth is a key way for motorists to identify which garage they will use for servicing their car.

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Ford CVs joins Scottish fire service fleet

srfs fleetFord has won a place on the fleet of the recently-formed Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS).

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Motor Village launches new website

motor village webFiat's dealer group Motor Village has launched a redesigned website.

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European new car sales increase by 6%

jato logoEuropean new car sales increased by 6% in September – confirming more than a year of continuous growth

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August losses outstrip 2013 for average dealer

ASE August14The latest figures from automotive profitability consultants ASE show that the average dealership lost £15,000 in August 2014.

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Leaf sales triple at Cardiff dealership in September

WessexLeafWessex Garages on Hadfield Road in Cardiff has seen sales of the Nissan Leaf triple in September.

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Remove My Car lobbies for three yearly classic MOTs

RMC classic carVehicle recycling specialist, Remove My Car, is calling for a three-yearly MOT for classic vehicles.

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Now Vauxhall launch live online valuations

AdamThe London based Now Vauxhall group has upgraded its online valuation tool with CAP Valuations.

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