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Executive Directory of New and Used Motor Vehicle Dealers

Executive Directory of New & Used Motor Vehicle Dealers allows you to target decisionmakers that own and operate new & used automobile dealerships. They are the link between the manufacturer of the automobile and the consumer. Dealerships provide a wide array of vehicles of new and used cars, trucks and vans to meet the needs of different price points including 4-door cars, 2-door cars, vans, sports cars, SUVs, convertibles, heavy and lightweight trucks, and smart cars of a variety of makes and models.

SEGMENTS SELECTS

163,515 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Executive Directory of New & Used Motor Vehicle Dealers allows you to target decisionmakers that own and operate new & used automobile dealerships.  They are the link between the manufacturer of the automobile and the consumer.  Dealerships provide a wide array of vehicles of new and used cars, trucks and vans to meet the needs of different price points including 4-door cars, 2-door cars, vans, sports cars, SUVs, convertibles, heavy and lightweight trucks, and smart cars of a variety of makes and models.

 

The automobile dealer industry is comprised of two segments. New car dealers, often called franchised dealers, primarily sell new cars, sport utility vehicles (SUVs), and passenger and cargo vans. These franchised dealers sell and lease vehicles manufactured by a particular company—which may include several brands. Used car dealers comprise the other segment of the industry, and are sometimes referred to as independent dealers. These dealers sell a variety of vehicles that have been previously owned or formerly rented and leased.  In recent years, the sale of used cars has become a major source of profits for many new car dealers in the wake of shrinking margins on new cars. To make them acceptable to more customers, some dealers promote "certified pre-owned" vehicles to customers who want a warranty on their used vehicle.  This often raises the price, but in return provides customers with peace of mind.

 

Improvements in technology have increased the durability and longevity of new cars, raising the number of high-quality used cars that are available for sale. Used car dealers by definition do not sell new cars, but most new car dealers do sell some used cars.  The automobile dealers sell vehicles that are subject to changing consumer tastes, popularity of the manufacturer's vehicle models, and the intensity of competition with other dealers.  Along with the sale of the car, most dealers sell additional automobile-related services to potential buyers. These services include extended warranties, undercoating, insurance, and financing.  Sales of these packages greatly increase the revenue generated for each vehicle sold. Because sales of automobiles fluctuate significantly, automotive dealers offer generous incentives, rebates, and financing deals during slow periods to maintain high sales volumes and to reduce inventories.

 

Car dealers also lease cars making monthly payments for the use of a vehicle over a period of time, after which the vehicle is usually returned to the dealer.  The increased use of the Internet to market new and used cars and light trucks has also had a significant impact on automobile dealers. Through the Internet, consumers can easily access vehicle reviews; view pictures of vehicles; and compare models, features, and prices. Many websites allow consumers to research insurance, financing, leasing, and warranty options. As a result, consumers are generally better informed and spend less time meeting with salespersons.

 

Auto Dealers are required to apply for a surety bond that guarantees the dealer operates per terms of their state rules and regulations.  It is also referred to as a DMV Bond.  Dealers and employees have experience in management, accounting, customer service, and unique selling techniques. They hire sales occupations, installation, maintenance and repair, office and administrative support associates, shop managers, technicians and mechanics, accountants, and bookkeepers. 

 

Dealers purchase various supplies of office furniture, water coolers, coffee & tea  supplies, accounting forms, dealer jackets, car window stickers, night drop envelopes, drop boxes, advertising supplies, key tags, auto body and repair supplies, service forms, license plate covers, paper and plastic floor mats, plastic auto seating and steering wheel covers, inspection forms, and patriotic flag supplies for their business.

PROFILE

  • Job Function/Title   ($10.00/M)
    Owner 		
    Manager 		
    Senior Vice President 		
    Director 		
    Treasurer 		
    Partner 		
    President 		
    Chief Financial Officer 		
    General Manager 		
    District Manager 		
    Sales Manager 		
    Vice President 		
    Chief Executive Officer 		
    Executive Director 		
    Sales 		
    Marketing 		
    
    		
    Make/Brand Sold   
    Acura 		
    Audi 		
    BMW 		
    Buick 		
    Cadillac 		
    Chevrolet 		
    Chrysler-Plymouth 		
    Daewoo 		
    Dodge 		
    Ford 		
    GMC 		
    Honda 		
    Hummer 		
    Hyundai 		
    Infiniti 		
    Isuzu 		
    Jaguar 		
    Jeep 		
    Kia 		
    Land Rover/Range Rover 		
    Lexis 		
    Lincoln-Mercury 		
    Mazda 		
    Mercedes-Benz 		
    Mitsubishi 		
    Nissan 		
    Oldsmobile 		
    Pontiac 		
    Porsche 		
    Saab 		
    Saturn 		
    Subaru 		
    Suzuki 		
    Toyota 		
    Volkswagen 		
    Volvo 			  
      

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

 

Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Make/Brand Sold
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
Specialty $10.00/M

ADDRESSING

A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M