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Individually strong. Even better together.

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Cox Automotive

Individually strong. Even better together. 

Cox Automotive is the world’s largest automotive service organisation, providing a complete set of products and services that are all in one place and easy-to-use for our clients.

  • 8 Million Vehicles handled each year

    8 Million

    Vehicles handled each year
  • 119 locations worldwide

    119

    locations worldwide
  • 5 million vehicles sold each year

    5 million

    vehicles sold each year
  • 40,000+ clients

    40,000+

    clients
  • 30,000+ team members

    30,000+

    team members

What we do

Our vision

To transform the way the world buys, sells and owns vehicles.

Our mission

To provide world class products and services that simplify the trusted exchange of vehicles and maximise value for our clients in the global automotive marketplace.

Our proposition

Automotive solutions you can trust, all in one place and easy to use, so you can make more money, more efficiently.

About us

Our brands deliver products and services for the whole vehicle lifecycle

We offer a uniquely comprehensive end-to-end solution, from moving stock and marketing dealerships right through to capturing and sharing priceless data and insight.

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How we're different

Latest from Cox Automotive

12th April, 2019

Strong LCV volumes at Manheim despite Brexit uncertainty

Manheim, the UK’s number one CV auction company, recorded strong results for March, with volume up 4% year-on-year.

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11th April, 2019

Market Tracker - March 2019

Part-ex volumes increased by 10% year-on-year at Manheim in March, but the Modix sentiment survey revealed that dealers saw a fall in demand when compared to March 2018.

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25th March, 2019

Cox Automotive saves 8 million litres of water, and counting…

Cox Automotive has helped to reduce water wastage with an innovative water recirculation system at its Manheim Gloucester, Colchester and Leeds centres.

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18th March, 2019

Why automotive has some catching up to do when it comes to diversity

Martin Forbes gives his take on the importance of diversity, and why automotive has some catching up to do.

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