New Nottingham dealership supports Renault growth plans

Time 10:57 am, March 18, 2015

ad02ac0a-fa2a-4c57-abd4-6c3ae179fbbbBRISTOL Street Motors Renault Nottingham is one of the first outlets in the country to feature the new ‘Renault Store’ brand identity.

Renault has opened three new dealerships in the past 12 months and has plans to announce several more during 2015 expanding to around 170 outlets nationwide. This Nottingham branch is the fifth Renault and Dacia franchise to be operated by Bristol Street Motors.

The stylish and modern nine-car showroom utilises the interactive features of the ‘Renault Store’ layout that allow customers to explore the Renault brand, its products and heritage in an engaging and interactive way.

Darren Payne, sales director at Renault Group UK, said: ‘This is an exciting time for Renault in the UK and our sales remain on an upward trajectory as our outstanding range of passenger cars and LCVs continues to find favour with established Renault customers and draw new conquest customers to the brand.

5a328fd4-a7a1-4333-ae4f-5115f9160f7c‘The fact that Bristol Street Motors, one of the biggest names in UK automotive retail, has invested heavily to open this new outlet and add another Renault franchise to its portfolio is a very clear indication of the belief the industry has in our plans to increase our market share.’

The new dealership is Bristol Street’s third outlet in the Nottingham area and has been refurbished at a cost of nearly £500,000 pounds following its acquisition of the former Co-op Motor Group site.

Tom Garratt, general manager at Bristol Street Motors Renault and Dacia Nottingham, said: ‘We’re absolutely thrilled with the new showroom. It looks amazing and will allow us to offer our customers the very best experience of Renault, Dacia and Bristol Street Motors.

‘In Renault and Dacia we represent two of the most exciting brands out there. Each brand already boats some truly outstanding models – everything from superminis to LCVs in Renault’s case – and things are only going to get better as new models are launched.’

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Rebecca has been a motoring and business journalist since 2014, previously writing and presenting for titles such as the Press Association, Auto Express and Car Buyer. She has worked in many roles for Car Dealer Magazine’s publisher Blackball Media including head of editorial.

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