After an absence of six years in Derby, Lexus is positioned in Pride Park, the result of a substantial investment in the new site.
Kelson Campbell, general manager of the new showroom said: “I’m delighted with the new look, and the Derby Centre is the largest we have built to date. It means we can now offer an even better service to Lexus owners in Derbyshire.”
Campbell hand-picked his new team and they have spent two weeks, including a special two day course at the Lexus National Academy in Nottingham, working on the opening prior to the new Derby Centre receiving its first customers.
Campbell continued: “I want to ensure that potential buyers and existing customers receive only the highest levels of service, and we’ll go the extra mile to offer that.
“There are plans for local events to attract both private and business customers. Additionally, cars can be demonstrated to potential buyers either at their home or office.”
The new site offers while-you-wait servicing, with daily newspapers, tea and coffee available in a well-appointed lounge within the new showroom. Service customers can also request a delivery and collection arrangement if they are too busy to visit the showroom. A 13-bay workshop is available to look after the cars and a wide range of Lexus courtesy vehicles.
The formal launch of Lexus Derby is due to take place on February 1.