Honda Motor Company (HMC)
$25.34 0.40 (1.55%)
17:56 EDT HMC Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $25.34
Market Cap 44.91B
PE Ratio 0.04
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.14M
Day's Range 25.14 - 25.47
52-Week Range 24.43 - 32.12
Dividend & Yield 0.91 (3.61%)
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Honda Motor Co Ltd (NYSE:HMC) is a constituent of the 11 company Automobiles GICS industry group, which is a segment of the 569 company GICS Consumer Discretionary sector. The market value of HMC is $59.2 billion which places it in the upper half of its industry group. HMC is currently ranked number 7 among the 11 companies in this industry group by Portfolio Grader; in the top half of the sector with a ranking of 268 among the 569 companies in the sector, and number 2,611 in the nearly 5,000 company Portfolio Grader universe.
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The waiting rooms attached to auto service departments tend to be dismal places, with stale coffee, patched seats, cable news on a flickering TV and last week's copy of Sports Illustrated, if you're lucky. At some dealerships, that no longer passes muster. Today, you can get blackened chicken or grilled salmon on the lunch menu at Honda of Fort Worth in Texas, or a complimentary workout at the fitness center attached to the Lincoln-Mercury/Land Rover-Jaguar store in Merritt Island, Fla. - assuming you wouldn't rather play pool or watch a movie. This amenity-laden shift can be traced straight to dealers' bottom lines. At the end of 2018, half a typical dealer's gross profits came from the service department (including parts and the body shop), according to Patrick Manzi, senior economist at the National Automobile Dealers Association. "Service and parts are very important to dealerships right now," Manzi said. "Cars are selling on the internet, and there's more competition and more access to vehicle prices than ever before. Margins from selling new cars have been consistently on the decline, so dealers are focusing on service. They've realized they can help grow customer loyalty by standing out in the amenities." Lexus might be the pacesetter in this cushy new world. "In one of our stores in San Antonio, Texas, we have a free coffee bar with snacks, a manicurist and a masseuse," said Kimberly Sherron, the dealer facilities manager and design leader at Lexus. "In Wichita, Kansas, you can drop your vehicle off at the service department, get taken to the airport and then picked up when you come back. In the Tampa area, we have a store that features a manned barista bar, with free macchiatos, croissants and sandwiches." "They go above and...
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