Southeast Region
Business Trends National Dealership Standings

Southeast Region’s National Dealership Standings – December 2018

Note: Does not include Ford or Volkswagen

Top 20 Dealerships: Southeast

BrandDealerDec. 2017Dec. 2018Percentage DifferenceLocation
ToyotaCobb County Toyota31438121.34%Atlanta
ToyotaToyota of Hollywood76585712.03%Miami
LexusLexus of Pembroke Pines40074285.50%Miami
HondaRick Case Honda51957811.37%Miami
ToyotaAl Hendrickson Toyota5575773.59%Miami
ToyotaKendall Toyota5145170.58%Miami
LexusJm Lexus43551618.62%Miami
HondaAutopark Honda43249514.58%Raleigh
ChevroletBomnin Chevrolet West Kendall32648448.47%Miami
ChevroletBomnin Chevrolet Dadeland34747536.89%Miami
ToyotaHeadquarter Toyota42947310.26%Miami
ToyotaAutonation Toyota Weston4604640.87%Miami
ToyotaKoons Tysons Toyota33345135.44%Washington DC
HondaCoral Springs Honda4254372.82%Miami
HondaBraman Honda4074274.91%Miami
HondaDelray Honda32140827.10%Miami
LexusLexus of North Miami3543817.63%Miami
ToyotaAtlanta Toyota390380-2.56%Atlanta
ToyotaToyota of North Miami443380-14.22%Miami
HondaGwinnett Place Honda378376-0.53%Atlanta

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