Japanese manufaturer planning large expansion
28 September 2009

Infiniti is set to open a further ten showrooms throughout the UK. The car maker has announced a new partnership with Mana Premier Automobiles, which will run most of the dealerships.

Existing partner Rymco will operate three centres, including the existing Infiniti Centre Reading, while Mana will open a further ten, in South London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and Stockport, with another five locations are yet to be announced.

Birmingham and Glasgow are expected to be the next centres to be completed after Reading, with their doors scheduled to open around the middle of 2010.

All of the centres will offer the entire Infiniti range and are due to open throughout 2010. The line-up will be expanded to include a larger saloon model and a performance V6 diesel during 2010.

Ben Koflach

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