Perrys opens doors at new combined Peugeot and Citroen showroom

Time 9:29 am, September 10, 2019

PERRYS Motor Sales, which has more than 50 car dealerships nationwide, has officially opened the doors of a new showroom in Nelson, Lancashire. 

The dual-brand Citroen and Peugeot dealership is the result of merging two showrooms, bringing the pair of sites into one integrated location.

Perrys has made a significant investment by combining the two sites, adding more staff and taking the total employed to 34 across sales, service, parts, administration and accounts.

The new nine-car showroom offers excellent customer service facilities, along with the choice of over 80 used cars and vans, both franchised and non-franchised.

The move allows Perrys to showcase the new range of Peugeots, from the 108 city car up to the multi award-winning 3008 SUV. These will sit alongside the new Citroen vehicles including the C3 and the all-new C5 Aircross SUV. The development positons Perrys as the only combined Citroen and Peugeot dealership in the Nelson and Burnley area.

Denise Millard, executive director at Perrys Motor Sales, said: ‘This is an important development for Perrys. It’s the latest in a string of investments across the group and illustrates our commitment to Citroen, Peugeot and our customers in Nelson.’

To mark the opening of the dealership at the weekend, Perrys welcomed customers into the showroom to see it for themselves, meet the team and take advantage of exclusive offers and prizes.

Founded in 1908, Perrys has a group turnover in excess of £700m and sells over 50,000 cars and commercial vehicles annually.

Our picture shows general manager Mark Leighton outside Perrys Nelson

MORE: Hundreds of jobs created at car dealership’s new preparation centre

MORE: Elon Musk mocks Porsche for Taycan ‘Turbo’ badging

MORE: New car market dips but electric car registrations surge

Dave Brown's avatar

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.

More stories...

Server 108