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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? .

April 12, 2021

BOTY AWARDS 2020 BROADCAST

They tackled the global headwinds of the 2020 COVID pandemic with resilience. They innovated, led and delivered, despite harsh economic realities. This year’s finalists are true […]
April 6, 2021

NADA Comment: South African vehicle sales change up a gear

“Stronger retail sales in the South African vehicle market in March are most encouraging, and this year may be better than expected for the local motor […]
April 6, 2021

Anniversary sales worthy of celebration

As the country observed the first-year anniversary since lockdown commenced, new vehicle sales provided reason for the industry to celebrate. Twelve months ago, the country reeled […]
April 6, 2021

naamsa ANNOUNCES NEW VEHICLE SALES TURNAROUND FOR MARCH 2021

The Automotive Business Council today, as it has become a monthly national ritual, released the March 2021 new vehicle statistics and said that the expected new […]
April 6, 2021

MSXI NADA Business of the Year Awards finalists and winners announced

The winners of the annual MSXI NADA Business of the Year 2020 Awards (BOTY) were announced via live broadcast on YouTube recently. Now in its 22 […]
March 5, 2021

NADA Commentary: Encouraging vehicle sales in February

“Vehicle sales in February were more encouraging than we had expected for a shorter trading month than January. Overall dealer sales across all segments increased by […]
March 5, 2021

Relative stability in new vehicle sales

February last year was the last normalised sales month before lockdown regulations sent the motor industry spinning. Back then, the market declined just 0,7% against 2019, […]
March 5, 2021

naamsa The Automotive Business Council releases February 2021 New Vehicle Statistics

Naamsa today confirmed that it will no longer use the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa in its naming conventions because the Association now […]
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 […]