After ten weeks of development, the new level will display roughly 200 sale cars fully undercover at the centre.
Refurbishment of the entire area, which was previously used for marshalling vehicles and a storage deck, will also see a new imaging bay fitted in the next phase of the project.
The second-floor viewing area was officially opened by Ford retail national group disposals, David Cole alongside BCA’s Robin Wilde, general manager for Paddock Wood.
Ford Retail Group offers around 150 cars per week at Paddock Wood and was the first vendor to use the new facility.
Robin Wilde said: ‘We are delighted to open the new viewing area at BCA Paddock Wood, which allows us to display around 200 cars fully undercover at the centre, meaning better facilities and service for our sellers and buyers alike.’
David Cole added: ‘Paddock Wood is our best performing BCA centre. This additional viewing area is a significant addition to the progress both Ford Retail, Robin Wilde and his team has made since Robin has taken over the reins here.’