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Vantage Motor Group signs solus remarketing deal with Aston Barclay

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Vantage will dispose of around 6,000 used cars physically and online with Aston Barclay, as per a new solus remarketing deal.

The sales, due to start on August 2, will go through Aston Barclay Wakefield, Donington Park and Prees Heath

Vantage’s managing director Mark Robinson was reportedly “impressed” with Aston Barclay’s adoption of new digital technologies and its high profile physical network.

This has led to the Group signing to be lead vendor at the new Wakefield mega centre, due to open in Q4.

Robinson said:  “What Aston Barclay is creating in the remarketing industry is new and exciting. The new technology makes the buying and selling experience more dynamic, and the entire look and feel of its physical estate fits in well with our company values.

“Wakefield looks amazing and we are proud to become lead vendor when it opens in Q4. We also look forward to trialling some of the group’s new technology, including its appraisal platform,” he added.

Vantage represents seven automotive brands, Lexus, Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Citroen and Skoda in the midlands and the north of England, and runs its own V Select used car brand.

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