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LSH Auto Mercedes Manchester becomes used car ‘Centre of Excellence’

LSH Auto UK's Manchester Central Mercedes-Benz used car ‘Centre of Excellence’

LSH Auto UK has converted its Manchester Central Mercedes-Benz site into a used car ‘Centre of Excellence’.

The city centre dealership, which is opposite the Etihad Stadium, reopened to aftersales customers this week and will open its showroom from June 1, in-line with the latest Government guidance.

The faciltiy will be dedicated to approved used cars, along with professional aftersales care and servicing, with 18 service bays offering a one-hour express service.

More than 100 pre-owned Mercedes-Benz and smart vehicles will be on display at the site and a full digital platform will be available for customers to browse and purchase cars with click and collect or home delivery options.

Martyn Webb, managing director of LSH Auto UK, said: “Our Centre of Excellence, here in Manchester, will offer customers a fantastic experience whether they choose to visit in person or prefer to shop online.

"In addition to displaying over 100 approved used cars, the facility will also house 18 service bays to provide the highest standards of aftersales care, with quick and convenient one-hour express servicing and a full refurbishment is planned for 2021.”

LSH's used car ‘Centre of Excellence’ model has already proven popular with customers in Birmingham.

Mercedes-Benz of Erdington launched as a used car ‘Centre of Excellence’ in April 2019 and has enjoyed an “outstanding” first year of trading, according to the business, the car retail group said.

Webb said: “The combination of approved used cars and express servicing has been very popular with our customers in the Midlands and now we want to offer our customers in the North West the same high standards with added convenience for both sales and aftersales.”

Customers looking for a new Mercedes-Benz or smart car will be invited to visit Mercedes-Benz of Stockport, just seven miles from Manchester Central.

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