Brindley Group have announced a £2m investment in a new Kia showroom in Wolverhampton.
The existing showroom will be demolished, and a brand new showroom will replace it.
The Penn Road dealership will stay open throughout the development. Work begins in March, and is expected to take around 10 months and cost £2m. Management have arranged for temporary sales and aftersales offices to be accommodated on site.
The new dealership will include vehicle charging points and solar panels to reduce the site’s carbon footprint as part of the group’s ongoing commitment to electric vehicles.
Group MD Che Watson said, “We are really excited about this major development which will help us maintain our reputation for motoring excellence in the area with our flagship Kia Dealership.”
Brindley supplies 4,000 cars to fleet customers each year UK wide from its HQ at Featherstone along with a group car preparation and storage centre and fleet operation.
Along with Kia, Brindley also represents Honda, Hyundai, MG, Volvo, Nissan, Mazda and Maxus. The Brindley Group was founded by Bill Brindley in 1931. From the 1960s it was managed by his son Robin Brindley who is now chairman.