Ron Brooks opens new Suzuki showroom in Mansfield

Time 10:28 am, June 6, 2016

FAMILY-owned dealer group Ron Brooks has officially opened the doors to its new state-of-the-art Suzuki showroom in Nottinghamshire. 

Based on Oak Tree Lane in Mansfield, the opening of the stand-alone eight-car dealership follows a seven-month construction project.

The contemporary premises offers a comfortable environment for customers. Facilities include a hospitality area with complementary refreshments and wifi, as well as dedicated parts and servicing receptions.

A knowledgeable four-strong sales team, which includes Motability and business sales specialists, are on hand to assist buyers seven days a week. Motorists also have access to more than 30 approved used Suzuki models on the external forecourt.

Mike Lane, dealer principal at Ron Brooks Suzuki, said: ‘We invested heavily in this project as we wanted to create premises which were welcoming to local drivers and represented the strong qualities of the Suzuki brand.

‘We are very pleased with the result and the arrival of the new showroom. It’s also ideal timing to mark the return of the Baleno name to the line-up in the coming months.’

Dale Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Suzuki GB PLC, added: ‘We have witnessed this project evolve into yet another flagship showroom for the Suzuki network. It is a perfect example of the lengths that our dealers go to in order to create the best possible impression for our customers when they come face-to-face with our brand.

‘The hard work shown by Ron Brooks Suzuki has certainly paid off, and it is another significant step as Suzuki’s continues to expand its presence in the region.’

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