Peterbilt announces Dealer Group of the Year

Peterbilt announces Dealer Group of the Year

Peterbilt Motors Co. announced Allstate Peterbilt Group as the 2021 North American Dealer of the Year at their annual Dealer Meeting, which was held in Phoenix, Arizona. Dealer of the Year is the most prestigious award given at the annual awards ceremony and is bestowed upon the dealer group that best represents Peterbilt’s commitment to excellence and the never-ending pursuit of driving customer uptime.

In addition to the 2021 Dealer Group of the Year award, Allstate Peterbilt Group also received the 2021 PACCAR MX Engine Dealer Group of the Year award, which honors the dealer organization that provides exceptional sales effort, strong aftermarket support and has engrained the MX Engine into their culture and organization’s structure. This is the third consecutive year they have taken home this award. Eleven Allstate locations earned Platinum Oval awards, which are given to elite Peterbilt dealership locations that have demonstrated outstanding performance, and 15 of their locations earned Platinum Service Center recognition due to their dedication and commitment to customer uptime

This is Allstate Peterbilt Group’s 3rd Dealer Group of the Year award, receiving the prestigious honor in 2017 and 2012. Allstate Peterbilt Group had a 2021 to remember, with strong increases in retail market share in both the Class 8 and Medium Duty segments. Their focus on after sales saw double digit growth in both parts and service retail sales. They also expanded their service capacity with the opening of a new parts and service location and added to their fleet of 35 mobile service vehicles to further expand market coverage and increase uptime for their customers.

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