Fair Oaks Motors in Chantilly, Virginia is playing the numbers game—and playing it well. Using Insignia’s digital accessory selling system, the front of the house is presenting accessories at the point of sale to 100% of their customers. You can’t ask for much more, but they’re doing more anyway.
Remember Adventure Subaru, Fayetteville, the dealer who tripped over a loose board in the showroom otherwise known as $20,000 in accessory profit? This income came by sheer customer demand and no process.
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Wisconsin’s Fields Jaguar Land Rover Waukesha came out of the gates swinging on accessory sales! Linking up with the Insignia team just a few short months ago in December, the entire dealership embraced the opportunity set before them with gusto.