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Stoneacre Motor Group

Stoneacre Motor Group
Industry Retailing
Founded 1994
Headquarters Doncaster, United Kingdom
Revenue £395.1 million
Number of employees

Stoneacre Motor Group is a United Kingdom based car dealership group established in 1994. In 2003, it was first listed in the Sunday Times Profit Track 100 at #39.[1] In 2014, the company was ranked #54 in the Top Track 250, and #28 on the Top 100 with a £370 million turnover.[2][3]

The company started trading by acquiring Stoneacre in 1994, a Scunthorpe based used car dealership that had gone bankrupt.[4] In December 2014, Staffordshire based Randles Motor Group with a turnover of £30 million was acquired by the company.[5][6]

See also


  1. ^ "2003 The Sunday Times Profit Track 100 Rank: 39 Stoneacre Motor Group".  
  2. ^ "2014 The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 Rank: 54 Stoneacre Motor Group".  
  3. ^ "AM100: the largest 100 UK automotive retail groups by turnover".  
  4. ^ "The Sunday Times Profit Track 100 2013".  
  5. ^ "£30M CAR DEALER SOLD TO STONEACRE". Insider Media. 
  6. ^ Bennett, Jeremy (23 December 2014). "Stoneacre acquires Staffordshire-based Randles Motor Group". AM online. Retrieved 23 December 2014. 

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