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Ballymena car showroom re-opens after £500k revamp

The Donnelly and Taggart Renault and Dacia showroom in Ballymena has re-opened following a £500,000 revamp

A CO Antrim car showroom has undergone a £500,000 refurbishment to improve the overall customer experience.

The Donnelly and Taggart Renault and Dacia showroom in Ballymena has re-opened following a major revamp.

The new concept design showroom provides a more spacious environment for customers and offers additional parking facilities. The refurbishment has also led to the introduction of themed zones and interactive displays

Darren Gardiner, site director at Donnelly and Taggart Ballymena, said it is an exciting time for the business.

“The expansion of the exterior forecourt now provides customers with additional parking space, alongside the display of more than 60 approved used models. Inside the nine-vehicle showroom, customers can benefit from a spacious layout accommodating the car, van and electric model range," he said.

“The new state-of-the-art workshop facilities are equipped with the latest Renault and Dacia diagnostic equipment, allowing our manufacturer-trained master technicians to continue to provide the highest standards of aftersales care and vehicle maintenance.”

“Alongside our dedication to providing exceptional service, is our desire to provide motorists with vehicles suitable for various lifestyle requirements and budgets, as well as the most competitive finance and leasing options.

“The recent expansion of our team, which now includes 30 skilled employees, ensures that we can offer the highest standard of guidance and support," Mr Gardiner added.

Donnelly Group Ballymena, located off the Seven Towers roundabout is also home to a Honda dealership and Donnelly Motorstore, which

which has seen its forecourt expand to include enough room for over 50 new and used vehicles.

Donnelly Group is Northern Ireland’s largest family-owned new and used vehicle retailer and showrooms in nine locations including; Bangor, Ballymena, Belfast, Dungannon (two), Eglinton, Enniskillen, Newtownabbey and Omagh.

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