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Peter Vardy Jaguar Land Rover showroom reaches new heights

Duncan Ogilvie, chief executive at Ogilvie Group (left) and Peter Vardy, chief executive of Peter Vardy group.

Peter Vardy’s £8m Jaguar Land Rover showroom in Aberdeen is nearing completion, with a “topping out” ceremony marking conclusion of works on the exterior structure.

The retailer is on course to open later this year and is being developed by Ogilvie Construction, which last year completed the group’s nearby Porsche Centre Aberdeen.

Peter Vardy, chief executive of the fast-growing Scotland-wide automotive retailing group, and Duncan Ogilvie, chief executive at Ogilvie Group, both attended the recent “topping out” ceremony.

Vardy said: “We are very excited by the prospect of opening what promises to be a stunning new Jaguar Land Rover facility later this year. We simply cannot wait to welcome all our current and future customers there.”

Ogilvie added: “We are proud to be delivering another state-of-the-art facility for Peter Vardy Ltd, complete with the high levels of quality, luxury, performance and customer service that people expect from a brand as prestigious as Jaguar Land Rover.”

The new JLR showroom in Wellington Road is one of the first custom-built Jaguar Land Rover sites to adopt a brand new Arch Concept which places an even greater emphasis on customer service and luxury.

The building will be on two floors, ground and mezzanine, linked by escalators, with over 100 New and approved used vehicles on site and 26 ramps for servicing vehicles.

Customers will be able to enjoy two business lounges with in-house barista and chef, creating a relaxing and welcoming environment for all visitors.

There will also be three customer handover bays to make the experience of buying a Jaguar Land Rover product as exciting as owning one.

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