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Motor Village UK unveils new website

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MOTOR Village UK has launched a new website, with a cleaner, more modern appearance and a greater user-friendly experience for customers.

The new site went live this week to provide an easy-to-use introduction to the services offered by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ London-based flagship dealer for all of its marques: Fiat, Jeep, Alfa Romeo and Abarth.

Covering the two Motor Village showrooms and the dedicated service and parts centres at Marylebone, Croydon and Battersea, the website  – at www.motorvillageuk.com – has a huge catchment area, giving a wide spread of customers the opportunity to browse, compare and arrange test drives of FCA’s new car range.


The home page features a showcase area displaying key models in each brand, details on used cars and servicing, a live Twitter feed with the latest updates, a current offers page and a newsletter sign-up button. A news and events library, careers section plus contact information page are also included to complete the new site’s features, which will continue to evolve.

Motor Village UK managing director Rob Calver said: ‘This modernised website will be of even greater value to our customers. The easier-to-use website will include call to action buttons, which follow the customer around the site, and feature a more personalised experience with drop-downs that adapt to each customer’s brand search.

‘The site is simple, convenient and flexible with all our brands and all our locations, in one easy-to-navigate area. Our customers deserve the best in terms of product information, offers and promotions, and I believe that is what we are now giving them.’

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