Doors officially open at Mitsubishi’s first retail store

Time 9:56 am, June 20, 2018

MITSUBISHI Motors in the UK has officially opened the doors at its first retail store. 

The new store – at intu Lakeside – offers people a new way to discover the Mitsubishi brand, learn about its vehicles, take a test drive and even purchase a vehicle if they so wish.

It represents a third element of Mitsubishi Motors’ commitment to providing customers with fully flexible alternatives when it comes to the purchase of a new vehicle, complementing the recently-launched Buy Online facility and its nationwide dealer network.

Enjoying a prominent position in the popular shopping and leisure destination, the store has been designed by leading retail design agency, Dalziel & Pow. Fixtures and fittings have been chosen to reflect the adventurous nature of the SUV-focused brand with the 1,281 sq ft of space split into different experience zones where customers can relax and browse at their leisure.

Along with multiple vehicles on display, the store features interactive digital displays and inviting analogue content that encourages customers to discover more about Mitsubishi Motors and the advanced features of its vehicles.

Rob Lindley, managing director at Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, said: ‘With the opening of our first store in such a prominent and well-established retail location, we are putting the customer at the very centre of what we do.

‘The store’s design perfectly conveys the bold, adventurous nature of the Mitsubishi brand and we’re delighted to partner with intu and Dalziel & Pow to create a platform that enhances our retail operation and will attract a whole new audience to our brand.’

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