Rocky Mountain Region
Business Trends National Dealership Standings

Rocky Mountain Region’s National Dealership Standings – March 2019

Note: Does not include Ford

Top 20 Dealerships: Rocky Mtn

DealershipMar 2018Mar 2019% DifferenceLocation
Findlay Toyota363329-9.37%Las Vegas
Findlay Chevrolet143294105.59%Las Vegas
Schomp Subaru0270#DIV/0!Denver
Honda West20725925.12%Las Vegas
Centennial Toyota267254-4.87%Las Vegas
Mountain States Toyota319247-22.57%Denver
Autonation Subaru Arapahoe2372422.11%Denver
Findlay Honda Henderson238229-3.78%Las Vegas
Stevinson Toyota East19722313.20%Denver
Groove Subaru2132234.69%Denver
David Wilson's Toyota and Scion of Las Vegas2162222.78%Las Vegas
Groove Toyota288222-22.92%Denver
Autonation Toyota Arapahoe313219-30.03%Denver
Ralph Schomp Honda245194-20.82%Denver
United Nissan231188-18.61%Las Vegas
Subaru of Las Vegas14518426.90%Las Vegas
Stevinson Toyota West263174-33.84%Denver
Larry H. Miller Toyota Murray183171-6.56%Salt Lake City
Autonation Toyota Las Vegas204170-16.67%Las Vegas
Tim Dahle Nis Southtowne196161-17.86%Salt Lake City

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