Just as a show of hands, if you where given an off road experience, would you like to use the cars provided at the site or would you want to use your new Grenadier?
That’s because all of the vehicles you mention as being sold now are not intended for and will never be driven off roadWhen our local Landrover dealer opened we used to go offroad frequently, at the time I had a modded Disco II and it was great taking out new owners and showing them what their vehicles could do. Unfortunately those days are gone and the dealer now sells Porsche, Jaguar, Infinity and Landrover and wouldn't think about sponsoring something like that.
Nothing disparaging in the way I framed it; sounds like you are projecting your own bias there.Steve,
I am absolutely with you.
And for me, the remark "we should get used to calling them what they are ~ agents not dealers" is blatantly disparaging. It's worthless and poisons the atmosphere.
No thank you.
So what's the model in the UK and elsewhere? Stand alone stores and service centers like Tesla or are they second and third tier with established dealers. Like here in the US we have Ford dealers, Chevrolet dealers, and Jeep/Dodge, or LR/Jaguar/Infinity, Cadillac/Subaru, etc.That’s because all of the vehicles you mention as being sold now are not intended for and will never be driven off