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Isuzu’s top dealers pick up gongs at annual awards ceremony

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ISUZU UK recently announced their Dealers of the Year at their annual awards ceremony.

This year the awards took place at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. The ceremony recognises the best and brightest dealers across the UK who provide top service to all of Isuzu’s customers.

In addition, a number of dealer staff were accredited as Pick-Up Professionals after completing their training programme.


The Pick-Up Professionals accreditation allows staff to become specialists in pick-ups and indicates that they are well-versed in specifying bespoke trucks to meet customers’ needs, however unique.

The awards were presented by Isuzu UK managing director Paul Tunnicliffe and operations director William Brown.

Brown said: ‘Congratulations to all our winning dealers on their achievements and to the network as a whole on their commitment and efforts to make 2016 a success for Isuzu.

‘2017 looks to be even more successful with the launch of the new generation D-Max; and it will be a great year for the whole Isuzu family.’


Guests at the ceremony also enjoyed entertainment during the evening.

Who won what: 

Sales Dealer of the Year: York Van Centre

Accessories Dealer of the Year: White Horse

Parts Dealer of the Year: Roger Young

Contract Hire Dealer of the Year: Warrington Vehicle Centre

Finance Dealer of the Year: David Taylor

Fleet Dealer of the Year: York Van Centre

Most Improved Dealer of the Year: John Barr

New Dealer of the Year: MT Vehicle Sales

Customer Care Dealer of the Year: J W Rigby

2016 Dealer of the Year: York Van Centre

Special Appreciation Award: Gene Taylor – David Taylor Garages

Pick-Up Professional of the Year: Mick Bolt – Midgley Motors

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Dave, production editor on Car Dealer Magazine, is a journalist with more than 30 years' experience in the worlds of newspapers, magazines and public relations.

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