Stoneacre has accomplished the refurbishment of its Volvo Sunderland dealership, following a £5 million funding within the web site.
The brand new-look showroom, on Riverbank Street, options Volvo’s signature lounge space, full with Scandinavian furnishings, free Wi-Fi and Swedish desserts and low. An inside viewing window permits clients to see all exercise within the new workshops.
The refurbishment additionally extends to the retailer’s beauty restore facility and storage centre.
David Nicholson, from Stoneacre Volvo Sunderland, mentioned: “This refurbishment is about greater than a change of furnishings – it’s designed to create an area the place our clients can really feel relaxed and relaxed in an atmosphere that gives versatile ready, working and evaluation areas.
“With the phasing-out of petrol and diesel vehicles within the coming years, our new state-of-the-art facility might be prepared for the long run, with a spread of plug-in hybrid fashions to select from – plus the pure electrical C40 – alongside a collection of used vehicles from our Volvo Selekt vary.”
Serving to fight the local weather emergency and forward of Volvo’s dedication to turn out to be a completely electrical automobile maker by 2030, the retailer has additionally pledged that no refreshments might be served utilizing single-use plastics – the truth is, these might be faraway from the brand new showroom utterly.
The retailer can also be persevering with to supply its streamlined service to automobile house owners which halves ready instances. The Volvo Private Service sees the identical technician liaising with the shopper from the purpose of reserving, proper by means of to explaining the providers – which they themselves have carried out. Two technicians work collectively on every automobile, lowering the time it takes for the service to be fulfilled.
Following the opening of its new Sunderland dealership, Stoneacre Motor Group is about to make its Lincoln Volvo dealership “ready for the future” because it turns into the Swedish model’s newest franchised web site to endure a significant redevelopment.
The South Yorkshire-based AM100 car retail group will make investments £2 million to rework the ability on Cheshire Street, Lincolnfields, to adapt with the premium automobile model’s Volvo Retail Expertise (VRE) company identification.
Two years in the past, Stoneacre upgraded its Volvo dealership in Sheffield with a £2m funding, later reopening the ability with the assistance of British triathletes Lucy Corridor and Mark Buckingham.
The modifications come because the model heads in direction of its purpose of turning into a completely electrical automobile maker by 2030, with gross sales accomplished totally on-line in partnership with its retail community.