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Range of Dealerships Offering Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Mazda, Volvo and Domestic Cars for Sale

Four regional auto dealer groups have made acquisitions in Texas, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Colorado. One of the deals involved a publicly traded auto retailer selling its Maserati-Alfa Romeo store to partners Chip Johnson and Brady Bishop. The dealership was renamed Bishop Maserati-Alfa Romeo of Hurst. Lou Fusz Automotive Network of St. Louis also expanded its presence in southern Indiana by purchasing Magna Motors Evansville Mazda-Volvo. The dealership was renamed Lou Fusz Mazda Evansville-Volvo Cars Evansville. Kohli, a Chicago dealer, acquired three Wisconsin dealerships, renaming them Patriot Chevrolet-Buick Sturgeon Bay, Patriot Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram Sturgeon Bay, and Patriot Ford Sturgeon Bay. Webb Automotive Group bought the former Steve Keetch Motors Inc., a Chevrolet-Buick store in Cortez, Colorado.

Lou Fusz Automotive Network’s acquisition of Magna Motors Evansville Mazda-Volvo marks the group’s first Volvo dealership and second Mazda store. The dealership’s location on the same street as Lou Fusz’s Kia store, which the group purchased in August, played a role in the acquisition. The group also bought a Ford dealership in Illinois earlier this year. Lou Fusz Automotive Network ranks No. 108 on Automotive News’ list of the top 150 dealership groups based in the U.S.

Kohli’s acquisition of the three Wisconsin dealerships was due to the opportunity to be in Door County, a popular vacation area in Wisconsin, and to acquire the only franchised dealerships in Sturgeon Bay. The purchase marks Kohli’s first acquisition since he bought a Lincoln dealership in Iowa in January. The Wisconsin stores are separate from City Auto Group in Chicago, where Kohli is a co-owner.

Webb Automotive Group’s acquisition of the former Steve Keetch Motors Inc. in Cortez, Colorado, was convenient for the group since it’s just over an hour’s drive from its base in Farmington, New Mexico. The region is known as the “Four Corners,” where New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah meet. The Colorado dealership has continued to sell new Buicks, but only while inventory lasts. As of Friday, it was down to just two new Buicks. The store will operate as Webb Chevrolet of Cortez.

Overall, the acquisitions involve a mix of luxury, domestic, and import stores. While Sonic ranks No. 6 on Automotive News’ list of the top 150 dealership groups based in the U.S., the other three dealer groups fall lower on the list. However, the acquisitions represent growth opportunities for these groups in new regions and with new brands.

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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
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