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News and Events

The Thompson Organization's automotive expertise is a product of our sustained interest in industry trends and characteristics. We are privileged to share the latest news, promotions and events with you and hope the information will enhance your shopping experience. As you know, there are many new cars from which to choose, and we believe an informed customer is the best customer.

Awards Keep Piling Up For Our Brands

The awards continue to pile up for our brands. Thompson BMW, Audi Warrington and Porsche of Bucks County are proud to announce the following awards:

2014 World Car Design of The Year: BMW i3

2014 World Green Car: BMW i3

2014 World Car Of The Year: Audi A3

2014 World Performance Car: Porsche 911 GT3

At Thompson we are proud to offer award winning cars. To read more information about each award please click on the link:

Porsche 911 GT3: http://buckscounty.porschedealer.com/events/

Audi A3: http://www.warringtonaudipa.com/news---events.htm

BMW i3: http://www.thompsonbmw.com/dealership/news.htm


Draw the Future Winners Have Been Announced!



Click here to view the winners and their drawings.

The 23rd Annual Draw the Future Children's Art Contest winners have been announced.

We were so impressed with all the creativity - it was not an easy decision to choose the winners! We hope you enjoy the winning drawings as much as we did.

Thank you to everyone who participated and remember is it never too early to start drawing for next year's contest. We can't wait!

Thompson Organization named the region's Best Automotive Employer for
second year in a row!


The Thompson Organization is honored to be chosen as Best Employer-Automotive for the second consecutive year in The Intellgencer's/Bucks County Courier Times and Burlington County Times' annual "Jobs Now! Best Places To Work 2014" readers poll!

Thanks once again to our amazing team of employees at Thompson for creating the kind of environment where great people strive for excellence. The Thompson Organization's success would not be possible without you!


5 Spring Car Tips from Thompson

This winter has been brutal, especially on your vehicle, but there is light at the end of tunnel, spring is almost here! And if you have been waiting to service your vehicle, Thompson is here to help. With warmer weather comes more weekend getaways and you want to be sure your car is ready for the upcoming spring season.

The experts at Thompson  want to assure you will be ready for whatever road you choose to take.

Here are a few tips to help you get on your way:

1) Check your tire pressure:  Temperatures below 32° reduce tire pressure by at least 1 P.S.I. Check the inside of your car door or glove box to find out what the proper air pressure should be for your vehicle. If your tires are below the manufacturer recommended pressure, your tires exert more force and decreases your fuel economy. Do not forget to check your spare and ensure it is properly inflated.

2) Check wiper blades: Winter can be harsh on your wipers. The rubber can crack and split because of ice, snow, rain and just plain overuse. Even if you do not see any cracks or splits, your wipers may become streaky and thus increasing your chance of an accident.

3) Check belts and hoses:  Cold winter weather can wreak havoc on your belts and hoses. Make sure you inspect and replace any that are worn, cracked, blistered, brittle or too soft. Belts and hoses older than five years, even if they look intact, may need to be replaced.

4) Wash your car: This may sound like a no brainier, but a simple car wash can help increase the life of your car and help reduce the likelihood of having a big repair. Road salt and brine are great for melting snow, but they can take a major toll on your cars undercarriage and paint. If you do not have a lot of time to wash the vehicle completely, washing the undercarriage will wash away any salt that may possibly rust your exhaust or fuel lines.

5) Check battery and connections: Cold weather can decrease your battery's power by up to 60% and increase the chance of getting stranded. Make sure to have your battery connections checked for signs of corrosion - this could be a sign of a bad battery and can lead to poor performance. A quick check by our technicians can guarantee that your battery is working properly. 

Call any of our service departments and they will make sure that you get back on the road in no time.

View our service page and call any one of our dealerships for service.
Thompson 2013 Toy Workshop Was A Huge Success!

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is over and that means the Thompson Annual Toy Workshop 2013 has come to a close. We want to thank everyone who brought in their gifts to be assembled. We had many great customers utilize this absolutely complimentary service. The service departments at Thompson were overloaded with gifts and filled the dealerships with the spirit of the season.

The Thompson Toy Workshop received some great press this year from CBS Philly, The Intellengcer, The Doylestown Patch and The Courier Times.

The Toy Workshop is Thompson's way to the say thank you to our customers by offering some help in what is the busiest time of the year. 2014 has just begun, but it's never too early to start shopping and gather up those goodies for the 2014 Thompson Toy Workshop.

Click below to read the articles about the Thompson Toy Workshop 2013:

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Thompson Donates 200+ Winter Coats to Local Children in Need

The Thompson Organization delivered more than 200 new winter coats to Tabor Children's Services and Children and Youth Social Services, both in Doylestown. The coats were part of Driving Away the Cold, organized by the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation and Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia. Since its start in 2008, this philanthropic program has distributed over 140,252 new coats to children who need them the most.

"The Thompson Organization is proud to have been a participant in this great program for the past four years," says John Thompson, Vice President of The Thompson Organization. "We're pleased to touch the lives of the local children directly and to fulfill a need that many take for granted."

For more than 100 years, Tabor Children's Services has been a multi-service child welfare agency, serving children, youth, young adults and families with locations in Doylestown and Philadelphia. "On behalf of all of us at the Tabor family, who work to ensure that children in Bucks County are safe and cared for, thank you to the Thompson Organization and all those who supported the Driving Away the Cold program. We are honored to work in partnership as we fulfill our mission and ensure the children we serve have better lives," stated Jonathan Solomons, President and CEO of Tabor Children's Services.

Jonathan Solomons, President & CEO of Tabor Children's Services, Inc.
and John Thompson, Vice President of the Thompson Organization.

The Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency holds the official regulatory responsibility for ensuring the safety and well-being of children. The agency provides a variety of services to local children and families which aim to reduce dependency, strengthen family life and promote family stability.

"Thanks to the warm hearts and generous effort on the part The Thompson Organization, countless children and families in Bucks County will be equipped with warm jackets when braving the cold this winter.  We deeply appreciate the opportunity to work in partnership with such business leaders to address the well-being of children in our community," stated Lynne Rainey, Director of the Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency.

John Thompson, Vice President of the Thompson Organization and Roxanne Watkins-Hall, Foster Parent/Volunteer Recruiter for Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency.

Spread the warmth. Do a good deed today.

Thompson Toyota Receives Toyota Motor Sales' 2012 President's Award

Our dealership was recently awarded the Toyota Motor Sales' 2012 President's Award, as well as membership to the 2012 Service, Parts, Customer Relations & Collision Excellence Award for outstanding performance and high standards for customer satisfaction. The President's Award is the most prestigious honor a Toyota dealer can earn for success in all areas of operation, including customer satisfaction, customer retention and sales & profits. The Service, Parts, Customer Relations & Collision Excellence Award recognizes dealers whose efforts, ideas and enthusiasm earn them the right to customer loyalty and retention.

With over four decades of experience, we have become one of the area's most recognized names in quality and reliability and continue to look for better ways to serve our customers. Thank you to all our customers for your continued support!

Thompson Lexus Honored with 2012 Elite of Lexus Award

17-Time Recipient

Thompson Lexus was recently honored with the prestigious Elite of Lexus Award for 2012. This special award is reserved for dealers who excel at everything they do and is the highest distinction a Lexus dealer can receive.

Elite of Lexus dealers are chosen based on customer feedback from surveys rating owner satisfaction, sales and service. Dealers must also exceed rigorous Lexus operational and certification standards.

Our Lexus dealership opened its doors in 1989 as one of the premier Lexus dealerships in the country. With over 2 decades of experience, we continue surpassing expectations in sales, service and overall owner support. To learn more about how we can provide you with an elite automotive experience, call us today!

Thompson BMW Awarded 2012 BMW Center of Excellence

Thompson BMW was recently awarded the BMW Center of Excellence, which is given to BMW dealers nationwide based on their performance in customer satisfaction, outstanding brand representation, operational excellence and profitability. One of just thirty-one recipients in the U.S., we earned this distinction by consistently demonstrating a combination of sales leadership and customer satisfaction.

Thank you to all our customers for your continued support!

Jack Thompson Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

On January 26, 2009 The American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA) today honored longtime member and past director John H. (Jack) Thompson of Doylestown, PA with the David F. Mungenast, Sr. Lifetime Achievement Award. The award, named after the late AIADA Chairman and legendary St. Louis-area automobile dealer, was presented during AIADA's 39th Annual Meeting and Luncheon held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.

"This year's award winner has claimed the respect of dealers and industry employees in all corners of the country," said AIADA President Cody Lusk. "Jack is remarkable not just for his unwavering commitment to protecting the livelihoods of international auto dealers, but also for his strength as a leader and reputation for generosity."

Thompson was one of the first Toyota dealers in the United States, opening for business in 1969. In 1989 he once again blazed a trail as one of the country's first Lexus dealers. He credits his success, and correspondingly high customer satisfaction and retention scores, to the philosophy that he is not in the car business, but the people business. In 1997 He won the Time Magazine Quality Dealer of the Year award and in 1998 the Sports Illustrated Dealer of Distinction.

Thompson's love of cars extends past the office. Over the years he has accumulated one of the largest vintage car collections in the country, focused primarily on vintage race cars and European models. Jack is a member of the Sport Car Club of America and has served as that organization's chief executive steward. Active in his community, Thompson has also served as a board member of the land preservation group Heritage Conservancy, the title sponsor of the Doylestown Arts Festival, and as a host of the once annual Susan G. Komen Drive for the Cure.

Today, Thompson owns and operates six dealerships in both Doylestown and Warrington, PA: Thompson Toyota, Thompson Lexus, and Thompson BMW in Doylestown and Porsche of Bucks County, Audi Warrington and Thompson Volkswagen in Warrington. He has been a member of AIADA since 1975.