new: AUMACON Dealer Group Top-100 EUROPE

European Dealer Group Top-100 active in 34 countries

In 2016 the Porsche Holding (Salzburg) sold the largest number new cars in Europe. The British Pendragon group and the Swiss Emil Frey group are the next followers. This and more follows from the new AUMACON Dealer Group Top-100 EUROPE, an extensive research amongst the 100 biggest car dealer groups in Europe. The report which is a good 240 pages long is presented today. Until 2013 this annual research was performed by the French market intelligence agency Autobiz, bur now the Dutch automotive specialist AUMACON has taken over.

Top-100 Dealer Groups are active in 34 European countries. France has 30 operating Top-100 groups, followed by Germany (26) and the United Kingdom (18). On the French market nearly all present Top-100 groups are domestic. The highest numbers of operating non-domestic groups can be found in Germany (7) and Hungary (6).

press release AUMACON Delaer Group Top-100 EUROPE >>>

table of contents >>>

Key issues in the research:

  • 100 Top dealer groups in geografical Europe
  • Report for general availability in high quality hardcopy and pdf
  • Data on Sales and finance, Strategy, ownership and network, Management and suppliers
  • Research partners: Autobiz Paris/Berlin and  University of Groningen
  • Sponsor partners: BCA and Total
  • Presentation: October 2017
  • Sample pages:  ByMyCar (2 pages)

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The Dealer Group Top-100 EUROPE research is sponsored by BCA Auctions and Total:

      total - kopie

research partners:

      rug

To Dutch website and CARmonitor automotive data center >>>

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