Vertu Motors expand further through third dealership in Nottingham

Gateshead firm Vertu Motors has invested a significant amount in opening its latest Bristol Street Motors outlet in the city

Sean Barker, Mark Brough, Geoff Bloomer, James Skeats, Abbie Smart, Steve Morgan, Andrew Peacock and Alexander Murdoch - the new members of the Bristol Street Motors dealership in Nottingham
Sean Barker, Mark Brough, Geoff Bloomer, James Skeats, Abbie Smart, Steve Morgan, Andrew Peacock and Alexander Murdoch - the new members of the Bristol Street Motors dealership in Nottingham

Motor dealers Vertu have invested £450,000 into its third Nottingham dealership.

The Gateshead-based firm, which trades as Bristol Street Motors, has opened its new dealership in the city, introducing Renault and Dacia to its portfolio.

The dealership has taken on full franchises for Renault and Dacia offering sales, servicing, MOT and repairs.

Vertu Motors has invested £450,000 in the refurbishment of the former Co-op Motor Group dealership creating a nine car showroom.

Robert Forrester, chief executive of Vertu Motors plc, said: “This new dealership has enhanced our presence in Nottingham and enabled the business to add three new franchises to its existing Citroen, Volkswagen and Hyundai dealerships in the city.

“Former Co-op Group employees have returned so customers will be safe in the knowledge there will be familiar faces to welcome all customers, backed by the ethos of unrivalled customer service and satisfaction that we pride ourselves on.”

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