Used Car Dealer Groups

Car Dealer Groups on Motors.co.uk

    Dealer Group Type

    Dealer Services

  • Ancaster
  • Arnold Clark
  • Barretts of Canterbury
  • Benfield Motor Group
  • Bowker Motor Group
  • Brindley Garages Group
  • Charles Hurst
  • Citygate Automotive Ltd
  • Cotswold Motor Group
  • Currie Motors
  • Day's Motor Group
  • Dees Dealer Group
  • Dick Lovett Group
  • Donnelly Group
  • Drive Vauxhall
  • Evans Halshaw
  • Fish Brothers
  • Glyn Hopkin
  • Grange
  • Greenhous Group
  • Group 1 Automotive UK
  • Halliwell Jones
  • Hartwell
  • Harwoods Group
  • Hatfields
  • Helston Garages
  • Hendy Group
  • Heritage Automotive
  • Holdcroft Motor Group
  • Hughes Group
  • Inchcape Retail
  • Invicta Motors
  • JCB Group
  • JCT600
  • Jardine Motors Group
  • Jemca Car Group
  • Jennings Motor Group
  • John Clark Motor Group
  • John Grose Group
  • Johnsons Cars
  • LSH Auto UK
  • Listers
  • Lookers
  • Marriott Motor Group
  • Marshall Motor Holdings
  • Mercedes-Benz Retail Group
  • Mon Motors
  • Motorline Group
  • Motorparks
  • Motorpoint
  • Norton Way Group
  • Park's Motor Group
  • Parkway Motor Group
  • Peoples
  • Perrys Motor Sales Limited
  • Peter Vardy
  • Phoenix Car Company
  • RRG Group
  • Renault Retail Group
  • Ridgeway Garages
  • Robins & Day
  • Robinsons Motor Group
  • Rybrook Holdings Ltd
  • SG Petch
  • SMC Cars
  • Sandal BMW
  • Sandicliffe Motor Group
  • Sandown Group
  • Sinclair Group
  • Snows Motor Group
  • Stephen James Group
  • Steven Eagell
  • Stonacre Motor Group
  • Stratstone
  • Sturgess Motor Group
  • Swansway Group
  • TC Harrison
  • Thurlow Nunn
  • TrustFord
  • Vantage Motor Group
  • Vertu Motors
  • Vindis Group
  • Vospers
  • WJ King
  • West Way Nissan
  • Westlands Group
  • Westover
  • Williams Motor Company
  • Yeomans

Dealer Types Explained

There are two types of car dealer groups in the UK – franchise dealers, and car supermarket groups.

Franchise dealers will often specialise in selling one car brand at a dealership in one or more locations.

The same dealer group may also sell cars made by another brand at a different location. Or may sell two or more brands at the same location. For example, a franchised dealer group may have a Volkswagen dealership in Reading and an Audi dealership in Newcastle. Or may sell Peugeot and Citroen at the same location. These are known as multi-franchise dealer groups.

Car Supermarket groups on the other hand will often sell vehicles from a range of manufacturers on the same forecourt in multiple locations. These can be regional (based in a specific part of the country) or national. You could easily see a Ford Focus sat next to a Peugeot 308.