After years of seeing annual revenue growth of at least $8 billion, the Ward’s Megadealer 100 saw modest gains in 2002. (see related data: Ward's Megadealer 100) But those came entirely from the six public retailers that were able to increase 2002 revenue slightly more than $2.2 billion. Sonic Automotive President Scott Smith The revenue hike came despite a 9,000-new unit sales decline in 2002. The other 94 groups making up the Ward’s Megadealer 100 collectively saw a ...

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