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Isuzu appoints specialist Arctic Trucks dealers

Isuzu D-Max AT35

Isuzu has appointed 13 of its current retailers as authorised Arctic Trucks dealers.

The sites will support the sales, servicing and requirements for the recently launched Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35.

S&S Services in Ayr has been appointed in Scotland with KT Green in Leeds covering the north of England. In Northern Ireland, Eakin Bro’s in County Londonderry and John Barr Cars in Country Antrim have also been selected.

The centre of the country will be covered by Trek Trucks in South Yorkshire, JW Rigby in Cheshire and Pentraeth in Anglesey.

A little further south, authorised dealers include Bellinger in Wantage and Cawdor Aberystwyth. They are joined by Hunt Forest Blashford in Hampshire, Vale Motors in Wincanton, Oliver Landpower in Kings Langley and Livery Dole in Exeter.

Alan Able, brand director at Isuzu UK, said: “The appointment of the new Isuzu Authorised Arctic Trucks dealers will mean that customers looking to purchase the exciting new flagship model will be dealt with by pick-up professionals, dedicated not only to the D-Max range but also the specialist Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35.

“Each dealer will have external Arctic Trucks signage, along with the internal point of sale material and a showroom or on-road demonstrator, meaning customers will have a truly immersive experience when they enquire about Isuzu Arctic Trucks vehicles.”

Isuzu UK recently recognised its top performing retailers at its annual Dealer Conference and Awards, with York Van Centre named Dealer of the Year.

The pick-up brand welcomed 16 new dealers in 2021, as part of a network expansion programme that continued into 2022 with the appointment of ex-Mitsubishi dealer JT Hughes Group as the latest franchisee to join the Isuzu UK retail network.

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