The cornerstones of dealership success.

The NADA Dealer Performance Programme is a platform for like-minded industry experts and dealerships to engage on these topics. Now in its 4th year the programme combines national roadshows, workshops, an annual conference and a supporting digital communication plan all developed to help the dealerships improve their sales, processes and profitability. Conversations are usually focused on two critical questions:- How do I deliver today? How do I position my dealership for tomorrow? .

February 23, 2021

South Africa’s new vehicle dealers expected to get back on the gas in 2021

Industry body predicts sales improvements after a crippling 2020, but not quite back to 2019 levels Vehicle servicing and parts sales slowly returning to normality NADA […]
February 20, 2021

Missed the NADA Live Broadcast?

Join our panel of industry speakers as they take a criticallook at the challenges and opportunities facing theAutomotive Retail sector in 2021.Hosted by Mark Dommisse, NADA […]
February 10, 2021

The show must go on, virtually

The Cars.co.za Consumer Awards has become one of South Africa’s most popular motor industry events, combining spectacular live performances and stage production with an impressive display of shortlisted […]
February 10, 2021

Vehicle finance in South Africa at the cusp of a complete revolution

With younger age groups starting to actively participate in the acquisition of assets, expectiations on financial institutions and their offerings are changing rapidly. I expect the […]
February 2, 2021

Hopeful start to resurgent motor industry sales

The burden of the pandemic, continued economic pressure, and the resultant low levels of business and consumer confidence expectedly took their toll on new vehicle sales […]
February 2, 2021

Squeeze is on for vehicle buyers

A drop of 18% in the new car market in January, compared to January 2020, is a clear indication that the economic squeeze is on for […]
February 2, 2021

Gradual monthly recovery in new vehicle volumes continues

Reflecting on the new vehicle sales statistics for the month of January 2021, naamsa said that the gradual monthly recovery in the domestic new vehicle sales […]
January 28, 2021

South African vehicle owners overburdened by taxes

While the pandemic has had a dramatic impact on business and industrial landscapes, both locally and abroad, one of the industries that has had to adapt […]
January 11, 2021

naamsa releases December 2020 new vehicle stats, calendar 2020 new vehicle sales and prospects for 2021

BRIEF COMMENT ON DECEMBER, 2020 SALES The new vehicle market continued to edge higher, albeit at a slower pace, during December 2020, with aggregate industry new […]