Ward's Dealer Business Megadealer 100, a ranking of the nation's top dealer groups, increased its total revenue by $8 billion in 2001 – from $101.6 billion in 2000 to $109.8 billion in 2001. Mike Maroone However, only four of the collections – the Van Tuyl Group, United Auto Group, AutoNation Inc. and Bill Heard Enterprises – accounted for half the $8 billion increase, leaving the remaining 96 groups to fight for the rest. But did that growth come from buying up more ...
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