As GM Daewoo UK celebrates its first year in business, another new retailer has opened its doors to Daewoo customers – Bowers Daewoo Manchester of Water Street, Manchester, M34 1JW. With the establishment of this new centrally located operation, the Daewoo brand now has comprehensive coverage across the Manchester conurbation, complemented by Bowers’ sister operation in Stockport and Priory at Urmston. The Water Street location is shared with SAAB and reflects a further extension of the GM brands UK business partnership.
GM Daewoo UK is part of the GM (General Motors) family and currently has over 80 retailers in operation across the UK, building to around 110 by the end of June 2004. The new Bowers Daewoo Manchester showroom has space to display the whole Daewoo range with a number of used cars on show externally and ample customer parking. Importantly, they have service and parts operations supporting new and existing Daewoo models and their customers.
Bowers Daewoo Manchester will offer the full range of Daewoo products including the Matiz five-door city car, the Kalos five-door supermini, the brand new Nubira five-seat family saloon and the midi-MPV, Tacuma. All Daewoo products come with the company’s outstanding Peace of Mind package of 3-years/60,000 miles free servicing, 3-year/60,000 mile warranty and 3-years total AA roadside cover. There’s even a free Institute of Advanced Motorists Driving Course with every car purchased. Daewoo is a value brand and prices are very competitive. Matiz starts at just £5995 and Kalos at £6995 with equally keen pricing through the range. Specifications are also comprehensive across all models.
GM Daewoo manager of Franchise Development, Dave Moran said: ‘The Manchester conurbation has great potential for Daewoo and we have focussed a great deal of effort in establishing comprehensive exposure there for new and old customers alike. We are delighted to be expanding our coverage in this central Manchester location with such a professional operation as the Bowers Group.’Published 10 November 2003