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National Dealership Standings – January 2019

Note: Does not include Ford or Volkswagen

Top 20 Dealerships: National

BrandDealershipJan 2018Jan 2019Percentage DifferenceLocationRegion
ToyotaLongo Toyota1136921-18.93%Los AngelesPacific
ToyotaToyota of Hollywood726713-1.79%MiamiSoutheast
HondaNorm Reeves Honda Superstore5996345.84%Los AngelesPacific
ToyotaAl Hendrickson Toyota49557315.76%MiamiSoutheast
ChevroletBuff Whelan Chevrolet, Inc.5285687.58%DetroitMidwest
ChevroletMoran Chevrolet, Inc.47256619.92%DetroitMidwest
GMCLaura Buick-GMC, Inc.42555831.29%St. LouisMidwest
ToyotaToyota of Orange701557-20.54%Los AngelesPacific
ToyotaJohn Elways Crown Toyota701545-22.25%Los AngelesPacific
ChevroletQuirk Chevrolet5075243.35%BostonNortheast
LexusLexus of Pembroke Pines705517-26.67%MiamiSoutheast
ToyotaHamer Toyota43051419.53%Los AngelesPacific
LexusLongo Lexus510496-2.75%Los AngelesPacific
HondaGalpin Honda4624946.93%Los AngelesPacific
ToyotaHeadquarter Toyota540494-8.52%MiamiSoutheast
ToyotaTustin Toyota700483-31.00%Los AngelesPacific
ToyotaFred Haas Toyota World627479-23.60%HoustonSouthwest
HondaParagon Honda38147424.41%New YorkNortheast
KiaKia of Carson0462HOLY COWLos AngelesPacific
LexusLexus of North Miami4234608.75%MiamiSoutheast

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