The Business Case
In 1989 the Internet came online and disrupted the car buying and selling process by tipping the scales heavily in the consumer’s favor. The easy access to pricing and product information made shoppers better researchers and negotiators, and to an unprepared industry this shift…
Added by Kurtis Smith on June 30, 2014 at 12:31pm — No Comments
Hello and welcome to the final Beggs on the Used Car Market video blog for June and also for the first half of 2014, with data and insight from Ricky Beggs and Black Book. It is amazing how fast the days and weeks have been checked off the calendar. We have dealt with a spring market that was delayed, a spring market that extended into the middle of May, and an active new car sales market unaffected…Continue
Added by Black Book on June 30, 2014 at 12:02pm — No Comments
Do you know who the life blood of your service department is? Without this person your Technicians would not have orders to fill.
This person can make all the difference in your customer's experience. They are the first and the last person that your customer will talk with. A top performer in this position can make your…Continue
Added by Rob Gehring on June 30, 2014 at 9:15am — No Comments
Well its been a long delay in the series but here is the next installation, Working the Deal...
I honestly hesitate to even include this in the series as often it will clash directly with the process that sales managers want to follow when desking deals. However, the whole point of this series is to address those management teams that actually do hate internet sales and see it as a bottomless h*** of red ink. If you do fall into a category that this rubs the wrong way, I…Continue
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It’s amazing. And I’ve seen it a hundred times. They don’t realize they’re doing it but they still do it. That’s for sure. I heard a salesman with his chest puffed out (as it should be) reliving the story of a terrific job done with the happy new owner of a car. The salesman DID do a great job. These…Continue
Conquest sales can be exhilarating. Let's face it, there's something medieval, even carnal about the concept of taking sales from your competitors. Even the action itself has an incredible name. "Conquest" - it sounds epic and it's something that we all want to do.
It's more than that,…Continue
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BMW Of Bridgewater's BMW 4 Series Ultimate Driving Experience.
BMW of Bridgewater is taking part in the Un4gettable Test Drive Event, a BMW Event designed to allow…Continue
Added by Jonathan Morales on June 27, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
Yesterday Google revealed “Android Auto ” its latest play in the connected car game. The new android-based screen-casting feature connects your smartphone directly to your in-car infotainment system…Continue
Added by Josh Knutson on June 26, 2014 at 1:43pm — No Comments
Walk your inventory.
Start your day with a walk around the lot to see what inventory is available and where specific vehicles are located. Do any units need attention? Are they dirty and need a…Continue
Added by Scott Bergeron on June 26, 2014 at 10:59am — No Comments
Professor Carol Dweck of Stanford University believes humans have essentially two mindsets, growth or fixed, and through her research with employees of Fortune 500 companies, she found that managers with a growth mindset are more innovative.
Why is this important? According to the…Continue
Eyesight Technology, Designed by Subaru.
The development of the Subaru Eyesight Technology has earned Subaru countless IIHS awards for best frontal crash ratings on models equipped with this innovative system.Currently Subaru offers the Eyesight Technology on the new Outback, Legacy and Forester…Continue
Added by Jonathan Morales on June 26, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
Last week, Wired magazine featured an article describing Audi’s ambitious plans for robots in local dealerships. A remote technician at Audi headquarters controls the “Audi Robotic Telepresence” robot. According to Wired…Continue
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The 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution will be the last model year for the Evo.
Whether this decision by Mitsubishi is permanent or if they will decide to bring the Lancer Evolution back in a few years, we won't know! It more than likely will be based on an electric…Continue
Added by Jonathan Morales on June 25, 2014 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Leaders err when they believe someone should follow them simply because they’re the boss; because they have a leadership title. Yes, people will comply with this sort of “I’m the boss” leadership to keep their paycheck and job, but they only commit to leaders worth following. If you are a positional leader who is hung up on a title, here is a humbling perspective:
DMEautomotive survey reveals that less than one in four drivers do what experts recommend most: pull over and take a nap
With more than half of Americans planning road trips this summer – and the majority intending to drive 7 or more hours a day – dangerous, drowsy driving looks to intensify
Daytona Beach, FL – June 25, 2014 – With the summer road-trip season hitting high…Continue
Added by Crystal Hartwell on June 25, 2014 at 11:31am — No Comments
News about the FIFA World Cup and rock-star soccer players have been making headlines lately. One of the hottest player’s of the moment is Cristiano Ronaldo, who’s not only an exceptional player but a major brand ambassador for big hitters like Nike. So, how can you brand your dealership like Ronaldo?
BE 2 PERSONAS
According to Nike, Ronaldo is known as two people: the superstar soccer player…Continue
Added by Lisandra Ramos on June 25, 2014 at 11:21am — No Comments
When writing content – whether that content is a short, social media post or blog article, or a full-length feature article – form is just as important as the content itself. Proper spelling and grammar can dictate whether your content is received well or not. It’s not uncommon for readers to start reading an article…Continue
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