Our team is proud to provide services to more than 1000 motor dealers, distributors and manufacturers across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
We are committed to excel in delivering specialist value-added services and products to the motor industry
Our goal is to be the 'one stop shop' for all dealership and franchise financial and profitability needs. Our range of products and services has evolved over 40 years in response to our clients needs.
These needs, and our corresponding products and services, are best illustrated by our dealership life cycle approach.
Visit www.eprofitfocus.com for additional research, training and information, for motor dealers.
|Son of Holdback & Luxury Car Tax (LCT)
Deloitte has developed a set of questions being posed by our clients in the motor dealer sector, and our typical responses. Dealers are encouraged to obtain their own advice on the LCT consequences of the Son of Holdback decision.
|Deloitte Motor Industry Services: Industry Overview 2013
This record breaking year was achieved against a backdrop of favourable economic conditions as Australia benefited from strong ties to emerging economies, low interest rates and a strong Australian dollar.
|Deloitte Motor Industry Services: Industry Overview 2012
The annual 2012 Deloitte Motor Industry Overview has highlighted how the motor industry experienced startlingly different results during 2011.
|Gaining traction: Will consumers ride the electric vehicle wave?
Deloitte study highlighted that Australian consumers were continuing to shift their buying preferences based on concerns regarding more fuel efficient vehicles (July 2011). Read more
|Deloitte Motor Industry Services - 2011 Industry Overview
Deloitte Motor Industry Services reviews 2010, a year of two halves for the motor industry. Read more
|Deloitte Motor Industry Services - 2010 Industry Overview
The 2010 Deloitte Motor Industry Overview has highlighted how some Australian motor dealerships have successfully weathered the economic storm in 2009. Read more
|Generation 'Y' going for 'greener' cars
Members of Generation Y appear to have changed the way they are making automotive purchasing decisions because of the global financial crisis (GFC), according to a new global survey from Deloitte. Read more