Marshall Vauxhall of Welwyn Garden City gets £150,000 facelift

PUBLISHED: 14:10 26 May 2016 | UPDATED: 14:10 26 May 2016

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Marshall of Welwyn Garden City has a fresh new look following a £150,000 facelift.

The Vauxhall retailer is inviting customers to check out its new car showroom, service and reception area, following the major redevelopment project. The dealership, just off Bridge Road East, is going from strength to strength having expanded its sales team with a new sales manager, Derrick Hesketh.

The dealership is focusing on improving the customer experience with a new feel and appearance featuring brand new furniture, fixtures and fittings, as well as new Vauxhall signage. New technology and interactive screens have also been installed so customers can configure their own car, customising every aspect to produce a bespoke vehicle that suits their unique style.

Neil Michaelson, general manager at Marshall Vauxhall of Welwyn Garden City, comments: “We are very excited about our new look and the massive growth of our dealership. The new dealership will help us provide an unequalled retail experience for our customers.

“Although many upgrades have taken place over the years in line with the latest Vauxhall specification, we feel this is the best one yet and we can’t wait to see what our local community and customers think of it.”

To find out more about the vehicles and servicing offers available, please contact Marshall of Welwyn Garden City at Swallowfields, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 1JD. Alternatively, call 01707 862642 or go online to http://www.marshallweb.co.uk.

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