Volvo Cars Thames Ditton opens Volvo Fulfilment Centre

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Volvo Automobiles Thames Ditton has opened the Volvo Fulfilment Centre on Portsmouth Highway.

The ability – the primary of its variety for Volvo within the UK – covers Care by Volvo, Volvo Selekt Accredited Used automobiles and automotive servicing.

HSF Group, who oversees the retailer, acquired the previous Brayley Honda showroom upon which the brand new Volvo web site is predicated.

The brand new web site, which options three electrical automobile charging factors, is concentrated on offering info and recommendation on Volvo’s rising vary of absolutely electrical and plug-in hybrid automobiles. Clients are additionally in a position to accumulate their automobiles ordered through the Care by Volvo subscription service and browse the selection of Volvo Selekt Accredited Used automobiles on the forecourt.

The Surrey-based retailer gives a show of absolutely electrical, plug-in hybrid, petrol and diesel Volvo Selekt automobiles, with entry to greater than 200 automobiles in whole in HSF Group inventory.

Peter Nott, Gross sales Director at Volvo Automobiles Thames Ditton, stated: “I’m happy to say our new web site is formally open for enterprise, which has been months within the planning. Though solely open for a brief time frame, we’ve already acquired improbable suggestions from clients, which has created an actual buzz among the many workforce.

“With the phasing out of petrol and diesel automobiles over the approaching years, we’ve ensured our new sustainable facility is future-ready, with quite a few electrical automobile charging factors and a spread of plug-in hybrid fashions to select from – plus the pure electrical XC40 and brand-new C40 – alongside a collection of petrol and diesel automobiles.

“Throughout all of our retailers, our focus is all the time on placing the client first and giving them a high-quality service, which they know and belief. We invite clients new and previous to take a look at our new house and luxuriate in some Fika – Swedish for a cup of espresso and a chat – with the workforce.”

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