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Open a retail lot. Many of the majors are changing their remarketing strategies to move away from auctions to direct sales and retail lots, which offer fewer fees and better recoveries. While you’ll need a dealer’s license and personnel, retail lots have become a popular outlet for many licensees and independents. Local operators have a built-in customer base. Let your renters know you’re selling cars from your fleet. Let them know those cars are serviced and cared for by the local owner of the business.
Beef up your sales to car dealers. Most used car managers are busy managing the in-house sale process. They’re looking for easier ways to restock their sales lots with fewer trips to the auction, where they could spend hours and come home with little for their time. Make contact with your local dealers of the brand you’re selling to find out what models and equipment they have interest in purchasing. By opening communication with an offer of good, clean models, they’ll know to call you first for easy repeat business. You may even become a rental source for their customers.
Make friends with brokers. There are local as well as national brokers who can’t wait to help you sell your out-of-service vehicles — and they have buyers waiting. These brokers are calling on their large Rolodexes of dealers on a daily basis. Many used car managers use brokers to help stock their lots, as they can’t afford the time to search for cars to buy.
Consider “upstream” remarketing. Using Internet auction programs such as SmartAuction, Manheim’s OVE and Openlane decrease the time from de-fleeting to sale. This continues to be a growing segment of remarketing. The latest buzz phrase is “multi-platform selling.” Multi-platform programs such as Alliance Inspection Management’s MarketConnect and Liquid Motors’ One Click Wholesale allow a consignor to use a single launch point to all major online auctions.
Adjust your depreciation higher per month. This will help you avoid major losses on cars when they are taken out of service. If you’ve been stuck in this situation, you know the falling dominoes: Cars not depreciated properly will force holding the car in fleet longer to try to make up the difference. Those units attain high miles, which could lead to customer complaints and cause problems with corporate accounts. Rental cars with more than 60,000 miles may limit repeat business.
Buy vehicles that are easier to sell. While this is evergreen advice, it’s more pertinent than ever: Choose makes and models that retail buyers like — with equipment not found on typical fleet units such as sunroofs, alloy wheels or even a higher trim level.
Know what your competition is buying and selling. Some of the models the manufacturers are loading with bigger incentives are also the ones that the new retail buyers aren’t buying. When it comes time to remarket, the major rental companies will have lots of them, and they’ll be competing with yours.
Buy used. A soft used car market makes for a good time to fleet up with slightly used 2014 model-year units rather than new 2015 models. Used units work well for local and replacement rentals, which don’t put on a lot of miles. Smart operators buy used units and sell before they reach the factory warranty limits. The buy-used strategy works well during low seasons, as those units have lower holding costs and can be rented for less.
Run longer (but not too long). If your current fleet is in good condition, freshen up your units with a detail and a serious service to allow you to run them for another six to 12 months. Try using your older units for more local business, including service and replacement car rentals. Use your newer units for business renters and out-of-town use. Be mindful of crossing service thresholds that will up your maintenance costs, such as tires and brakes. Try to stay under the mileage for warranty period terminations.
Diversify your fleet. Rather than buying all the same make and model of a car class, consider different cars from different manufacturers at the same price. Not only does this mitigate recall exposure — if one model is weak when it’s time to resell — but stronger products will also more than compensate.With this few tips i believe car from Japan will be a force to compete with in the fast growing auto market that is highly competitive.I want to thank the management for the opportunity given me to participate and also contribute my ideas towards the growth of your company,i will always recommend cars from Japan.Thank-you

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