Henrys opens state-of-the-art Suzuki dealership in Glasgow after £800,000 investment

Time 11:00 am, February 8, 2019

HENRYS Suzuki has opened its doors near the centre of Glasgow after an £800,000 investment by the family-owned automotive retail group.

The existing standalone premises have been reconfigured and modernised to create a comfortable, spacious and light environment for customers to browse round the manufacturer’s line-up, including the all-new Jimny 4×4 and 2019 Vitara compact SUV. With 12 cars on display, visitors can also explore different colours and variants and see some of the specification options.

In addition, the Titwood Road showroom boasts free wifi and refreshments in its hospitality area, hosted by a team that includes sales staff Ryan Seeley, Mark Torrance and Joe Bow. A Motability specialist is on hand, too, to help with test drives and individual requirements. There are also dedicated aftersales and service desks for car owners to buy parts and make bookings for ad hoc repairs or routine maintenance at the on-site workshop.

Dale Wyatt, director of automobile at Suzuki GB, said: ‘With a long history in the city, Henrys has an impressive track record in Glasgow, as well as an excellent reputation for nurturing its loyal customer base and always going the extra mile. It is therefore the ideal partner to expand our presence and showcase our brand in this important region of the UK.’

Bruce Henry, managing director of Henrys, which was established more than 70 years ago, said: ‘Our core focus as a business has always been to provide the very highest level of service and workmanship across our portfolio of brands, and we will be applying exactly the same philosophy to our new Suzuki dealership.

‘The award-winning product range is ideally suited to the needs of drivers in the city, and there are models which will appeal especially to the younger demographic. In addition, with orders now being taken for the new ’19 vehicle registration, traditionally one of the busiest periods of the year, the timing could not have been better to take on the new franchise.’

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