Progress Skoda is starting 2011 in style with the launch of a new showroom in Northampton.
The new Skoda dealership on Bedford Road will offer the full range of award winning new and approved used Skodas, including the Auto Express Car of the Year, the Skoda Yeti, and the newest model in the Skoda range, the Skoda Fabia vRS. In addition to offering new car sales, parts and accessories, Progress Skoda customers will also be able to enjoy aftersales support and Skoda's legendary high levels of customer service.
Headed up by Managing Director Terence Byrne who has been working in the automotive industry for over 20 years, Progress Skoda has been trading since 2006 when Terence acquired the Bedford based dealership. Progress then moved on to launch their second outlet in 2007, located in Letchworth, and is now continuing its expansion with the launch of the new Northampton dealership.
Terence Byrne comments; "Skoda is a truly fantastic name to be working with. I recognised it as one of the few growth brands left in the UK, which was my main reason behind developing Progress back in 2006.
"The Skoda name has gone from strength to strength, particularly within the last few years, and it is destined for even more growth in the future, so from a business perspective it makes perfect sense to continue developing Progress Skoda with the addition of more retailers.
"Throughout the years that I have worked with Skoda they have always been synonymous with offering excellent levels of customer service, high standards of design and engineering and cost efficiency. That is why our retailers have always been so successful, which has enabled us to build a solid reputation for Progress Skoda.
"Skoda really flourished throughout 2010 and is now firmly cemented as a quality manufacturer and I am looking forward to what 2011 brings for all of the Progress Skoda retailers."
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