Car dealer group Cambria Automobiles has sold a Midlands dealership which it said did not fit with its strategy.
It has completed the sale of its Birmingham Triumph motorcycle outlet this week to the company behind Ducati Manchester.
Cambria managing director Tim Duckers told AM the group is pleased to continue its relationship with Triumph at its other two Pure Triumph dealerships, in Wellingborough and Woburn, which work closely with each other.
Duckers said the Birmingham business, which was profitable, was sold because it was Cambria's only business in the city and wasn't in line with the group's geographic strategy.
Cambria gained the Triumph dealerships and its first Mazda franchise in 2009 when it acquired collapsed Midlands motor retailer Autohaus.