Interview: Mercedes-Benz Sunshine Coast

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Cameron O’Hara is the Dealer Principal at Mercedes-Benz Sunshine Coast and Daimler Trucks Sunshine Coast. Being local businesses, they provide employment for over 70 Sunshine Coast residents and are centrally located in Maroochydore and Forest Glen.  Both dealerships have fully operational sales, service and parts facilities as well as finance availability. In true Mercedes-Benz fashion, they represent the highest quality and VIP status. Cameron took time to talk to us and tell us a bit more:

Tell us about your business and where they started?

We sell the world’s most luxurious vehicles brands, including Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and vans at the Maroochydore Dealership and Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Freightliner and Fuso at our Forest Glen Dealership.  We are a part of the Crick Auto Group, which was founded in 1995 and today comprises of 12 dealerships (representing 27 new car brands). Our dealerships are located in Tweed Heads, Rockhampton, South Brisbane and now 8 sites on the Sunshine Coast.

What are your goals for the future?

To continually grow the business through staff development and customer dedication.


Favourite holiday destination?


Favourite local restaurant?

Spirit House, Yandina.

Favourite musician or artist?

Mark Knopfler and Coldplay.

Leave us with some words of inspiration. What is your favourite quote?

“Whether you think you can, or think you can’t… You’re right!” – Henry Ford


Mercedes-Benz Sunshine Coast

Phone: 07 5409 0100



Daimler Trucks Sunshine Coast

Phone: 07 5452 0700



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