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n. a good-looking person. Fred is not exactly a good looker, but he is pleasant enough.
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As part of its defence, Lookers in April said it would achieve full year pretax profits of pounds 25.
LOWER car prices have encouraged people to splash out on a new motor, boosting profits at motor dealership Lookers, it emerged yesterday.
But Lookers has bucked the fall in new motor sales with group profits doubling to a record pounds 28.
Lookers said the second half of the year had also got off to a good start, with the order book for September - traditionally the group's second best month for car sales - ahead of last year.
IN TOP GEAR: Lookers Volkswagen's Alan Lea, Elaine McPhail and Simon Horabin celebrate their initial success at the dealership
Pendragon made a hostile unsuccessful all-paper offer for Lookers worth about pounds 245 million last year and Takeover Panel restrictions on a new bid are due to be lifted in May.
Sir Nigel Rudd, chairman of Pendragon, said the company had hoped to secure the agreement of Lookers, but that it had failed to engage the board of the Manchester-based company in "meaningful discussions".
Lookers chief executive Ken Surgenor said the deal is in line with its strategy of strengthening its franchised used cars and aftersales base
CAR dealers Lookers said yesterday that half-yearly profits had more than doubled after they won back more than pounds 17million in overpaid VAT.
THE slump in new car sales has proved a double-edged sword for dealership Lookers.
Simon Preston, 39, recently gained his master technician status after joining Lookers Volkswagen in Middlesbrough 11 years ago and working his way through Volkswagen Academy's training programmes.
One of the UK's largest car dealerships, Lookers, is planning expansion following a pounds 200 million refinancing deal with the Bank of Ireland announced today.
Motor dealer Lookers said its decision to spurn Reg Vardy owner Pendragon during the bid battle for the Sunderland-based chain had been justified by a sharp rise in half-year profits.
Ken Surgenor, chief executive, Lookers plc, after the company announced a deal to acquire ten dealerships from H R Owen plc
The performance came after an "eventful" few months for Lookers, as it pulled out of the running to buy Wearside-based Reg Vardy and fought off an approach from rival Pendragon, following an offer it described as "wholly unattractive".