Used Cars Marshall Tx – You might remember the news earlier this year from Nissan’s All Pro and related dealers, most of whom starred in Episode # 4391 of the seemingly endless series entitled “Dealers Are Bad Behavior.” At that time, the entity – owned in part by a consortium of former NFL players – was being taken to the task by Nissan and Hyundai captive financial weapons over allegations that part of the dealer group sold hundreds of vehicles, worth more than $ 10 million, because of trust and also failed to pay floor plan loan.
So, what is the penalty for this misdemeanor? Why, another new dealer, of course! Honda did not seem to be affected by the allegations raised by its colleagues. According to those who know, the big H seems to stand with a plan calling for the opening of a 100,000+ square foot store in Grapevine, Texas, for the purpose of selling Accords, Civics, and CR-Vs. Alright then.
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Former NFL player Jessie Armstead and automotive industry veteran Michael Saporito are working to open this potential store at Grapevine, while holding shares in two other Honda dealers. The outlets are located in the areas of Hazle and Hamilton City.
This, of course, has sparked criticism from Honda dealers near the proposed new store. Looking to stop dealer licensing applications, quartets of Honda Texas dealers that do business in places like Fort Worth and Arlington protested with the state a year ago, long before the alleged problems appeared on All Pro.
Here are some interesting facts that can be used to hit your gear-making friends: in Texas, the same brand dealer within a 15-mile radius of the proposed new retail outlet can lodge this protest and seem to do so on the grounds that the brand is well represented in the area. All the protests portrayed here appear to have been dismissed, some through “secret settlements.” Mind rolls with what can include those terms. Given the timeline, this dealer will be registered and then complete the protest before the cruel All Pro activities discovered by Hyundai and Nissan captive finance arms. We wonder if they will do it quickly if they know this is down the pipe.
The Texas-based design company, GFF, is currently registering the Grapevine Honda project among its work portfolios, where it is described as a 108,000 square foot dealer that integrates the image requirements of Honda’s corporate identity program. According to this site, the project is set to begin construction “this year.” I was amazed by the Honda branded F-150 in the company’s designer’s renderer displayed at the top of this post, by the way.
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