Arnold Clark shows biggest profit increase in MT Top 200

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Arnold Clark shows biggest profit increase in MT Top 200

Arnold Clark tops the Motor Trader Top 200 Dealer Groups showing the biggest increase in profits year on year.

The group turned in profits of £156.5m in its latest results compared to £117m last time, an increase of £39m.

In second place was Sytner Group which delivered profits of £100.4m compared to £71.8m last time, an increase of £28.6m.

In third place was Stoneacre which turned in profits of £26.4m compared to £9.8m last time, an increase of £16.6m.

Group                                        ,000                                 ,000                                    ,000

Arnold Clark Automobiles 156,500 117,000 +39,500
Sytner Group 100,357 71,799 +28,558
Stoneacre 26,412 9,786 +16,626
Vertu Motors plc 22,399 7,317 +15,082
Parks of Hamilton 26,338 12,358 +13,980
Listers Group 20,628 7,894 +12,734
HR Owen plc 13,685 1,944 +11,741
Cambria Automobiles 21,752 10,185 +11,567
Allen Ford 7,454 251 +7,203
Steven Eagell 16,841 9,803 +7,038
Dick Lovett Group 14,740 8,154 +6,586
Swansway Group 10,174 4,029 +6,145
Lloyd Motors 13,458 8,262 +5,196
Peoples 7,799 2,804 +4,995
WH Bowker 5,587 703 +4,884
Masters of Beckenham 4,958 593 +4,366
JCT 600 19,556 15,586 +3,970
Eastern Western Motor Group 15,830 11,926 +3,904
John Clark Motor Group 6,256 2,615 +3,641
Halliwell Jones 6,580 3,134 +3,447
Williams Motor Co 6,046 2,773 +3,273
Snows Group 5,014 2,010 +3,004
Peter Vardy Holdings 9,271 6,272 +2,999
Yeomans 5,275 2,535 +2,740
Stephen James Automotive 3,259 650 +2,610

 

Note: 1.) This table is based solely on those businesses for which figures were available excluding estimates.
          2.) This tables only includes those groups reporting reporting from June 2020.
          3.) The results do not include increases from previous losses.
          4.) These results do not generally take account of exceptional profits in the latest year/expenses in previous
                year, although some groups were excluded where particularly large ‘exceptionals’ were noted.

 

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