Luscombe Suzuki Leeds, one of the most recent additions to the 150 strong dealer network certainly got its new business off to a flying start with a grand opening party to celebrate.
More than 100 customers attended a very enjoyable evening at the new dealer in Hunslet, in which Robin and his team set up a Charity Horse race night followed by an auction to raise funds for local charity St Gemma's Hospice and The Samaritans. The auction raised over £1,000 and was divided equally between the two charities. It was a double celebration for Robin as it was also his Birthday and he offered some attractive deals on new cars in stock for the evening.
Robin comments: "In launching my own dealership I have realised a lifelong ambition and am delighted that so many of our customers attended our launch evening which we hope has also helped make a difference to our local charities."
Robin Luscombe brings a wealth of direct experience to the brand having previously worked and won numerous awards with Colin Appleyard Suzuki in a career spanning more than 25 years. Robin worked up through the ranks from parts apprentice to various other dealer roles and latterly held a senior director position with the company until mid 2009.
Joining the Suzuki range in the next few days at the dealership will be the all-new Suzuki Swift, available in three and five door with three specification grades. The Suzuki Swift will be one of the cleanest in its sector with emissions of just 116g/km and combined fuel consumption of 56.5mpg from its 1.2-litre petrol engine.
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