Suzuki Appoints Sunwin Suzuki Mansfield Dealership

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Suzuki GB PLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Sunwin Suzuki as its new franchise dealer for Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

Sunwin Suzuki Mansfield is part of the Sunwin Motor group, one of the UK's leading motoring groups with more than 20 dealerships located throughout the Midlands, North West and Yorkshire and is part of The Co-operative, the UK's most ethical and trusted retailer brand.

The new Suzuki showroom in Southwell Road West, will be holding an open weekend on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June 2009, where all customers visiting the new showroom will receive a free week pass to Fitness First Leisure Club. They will also be entered into a free prize draw to win a year's membership to Fitness First.

Commenting on the Sunwin Suzuki Mansfield appointment, Dale Wyatt, General Manager of Dealer Development, Suzuki GB, explains: "We are pleased to welcome Sunwin Suzuki to the brand. With 160 years of history in industry, Sunwin has achieved a leading role and incorporating the Suzuki brand will undoubtedly continue this success. Sunwin Suzuki Mansfield comes from a very customer focused background and these values are echoed through our 144 Suzuki franchise dealers. With the Scrappage scheme well under way this is an exciting time both for Sunwin and Suzuki."

Suzuki offers a wide range of cars including the recently launched Suzuki Alto which is one of the lowest emitting five-door petrol cars on sale at just 103g/km CO2, combined fuel economy of 64mpg and prices starting from £7,245.

Published 16 June 2009 Staff

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