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Tice and Hamworthy renew Vauxhall deal

DORSET-based Vauxhall dealer Tice and neighbouring company Hamworthy have renewed their fleet deal for up to 200 cars. The Poole-based companies have signed a new three-year solus badge deal after the dealership first won a similar contract three years ago. The deal is part of a national arrangement between Vauxhall and Hamworthy's parent company, engineering giant Powell Duffryn.

Each car will be supplied on a contract hire lease which includes full servicing and maintenance. Models will include Astras, Vectras and Omegas. Hamworthy's fleet manager Ros Edmondson said: 'Tice and Vauxhall have supported us fully over several years and we had no hesitation to select them for continuing supplies.'

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