We are constantly looking at innovative measures for customer retention, and our new Customer Loyalty Reward Programme is aimed at doing that.
Dealerfloor first met Thandeka Khumalo when she led colleagues at SMG Toyota in Hillcrest on a 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence campaign. Herself a teenage rape survivor, she was selected as the 2019 Woman of the Year by the Motor Industry Staff Association (Misa) of which she is a proud member.
Cargo Motors Klerksdorp has recently added Hyundai and Kia to its portfolio of passenger and commercial vehicles.
“We saw a lot of first-time car buyers on the new vehicle side, since the lockdown restrictions were relaxed and trading conditions started to normalise.”
Months of waiting and millions in added costs have made selling an OEM armoured vehicle almost impossible, but local firm SVI says it has the solution.
Welcome Mzimkhulu does not just park cars at the Aksons Wheels dealership in Pietermaritzburg.
“I believe in retailing the dealership into a profit, and over the past, very challenging year, I believe we are on the right track to achieve our goals,” Jaco van den Berg, Dealer Principal at Motus Renault Northcliff, told Dealerfloor recently.
Motus Toyota CapeGate was chosen for the final servicing destination of a very special Hilux-bakkie that had just completed 48 018 kilometres of non-stop driving.
Business in Potchefstroom has slowed down under current COVID-19 restrictions in 2020, with the impact of COVID-19 rippling from the town’s university to smaller businesses across town.
It took almost seven months, but Chris Raman, business development executive at Key Pietermaritzburg is finally ready to deliver the last of four fire trucks to respond to emergencies on the N3.
Since their launch in 2017, rent-to-own company Planet42 (which started out as CarGet), has quietly grown into one of the single biggest clients for used car dealers in South Africa, having bought well over 2,000 cars from over 300 dealers.
Maemo Motors in Rustenburg is now a fully fledged four-brand dealership with Mercedes-Benz, Jeep, Mitsubishi and the recently acquired Kia, all under one roof.
“You can describe me as a no-cost-to-company salesman,” Alec Harris told Dealerfloor.