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Location, location, location. This well-known phrase was coined by a British land developer and real estate mogul many decades ago.
A new dealership has opened its doors in Paarl in the Western Cape – exactly 75 years after its original parent company started doing business.
Very few, if any, Dealer Principals (DPs) out there can boast a career path like Guy Kilfoil of BMW Bedfordview.
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Consumers could be facing a new cycle of new vehicle price increases.
The procurement of vehicles by the South African government, like many other countries, should be entirely linked to local manufacturers, says Dr Martyn Davies, MD of emerging markets and Africa at Deloitte and the firm’s African automotive lead partner.
Vehicle sales results since June this year have allayed fears of a “doomsday scenario”, says JSE-listed Combined Motor Holdings (CMH).