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Hyundai strenthens UK dealership network

Hyundai continues to expand and grow its product range with as many as eight new models expected to join the line-up in 2012. To complement its new cars, Hyundai has also set about enhancing its dealer network with the addition of 29 new dealerships in the past year alone.

Tony Whitehorn, president and ceo Hyundai Motor UK, says: "The UK is a rapidly growing market for Hyundai and having on board the right franchises is integral to the further development of our brand. We now have 152 dealers throughout the UK and the growth of the network will help us to deliver the best level of service to our customers.”

Hyundai dealerships offer a complete package of products and services for both retail and business customers. Once a new or pre-owned Hyundai is purchased, the local dealership is then able to provide complete support to the customer to ensure they are always on the road. All new Hyundai models are covered by a Five Year Triple Care Package for peace of mind that includes: unlimited mileage Five Year Warranty, Five Year’s Roadside Assistance, Five Year Annual Vehicle Health Checks.

Whitehorn adds: “We now have a broad spread of dealerships from Inverness to Truro and we will be adding more over the course of this year. We have also recently invested in a training facility here in the UK to ensure a consistent level of service across all the dealership disciplines. Add this to the best product line-up in the Company’s history, we believe that we have one of the best customer offerings in the marketplace at present.”

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