The family-run business has been appointed to represent Fiat in Drogheda, providing customers across both County Louth and County Meath an accessible new home for Fiat. The newly refurbished showroom will stock the full Fiat passenger car range including the iconic 500 and its family of vehicles: 500X, 500L & 500L Living, plus the C-segment Tipo range and Panda and Punto city cars. Fiat Professional’s wide range, including the renowned Fiorino, Doblo, Talento, ever popular Ducato and Fiat Fullback pick-up, will all be available at Brian Reynolds Car Sales.
Brian Reynolds Car Sales has been in business since 1989. The company became a Mazda dealership in 2004 and has built a strong tradition of putting customers first. It has won many awards for sales, aftersales and customer service, and is now looking forward to bringing these attributes to this new partnership.
“This is a really exciting time to be part of the Fiat brand in Ireland,” says Alan Reynolds, Dealer Principal, Brian Reynolds Car Sales. “We are thrilled to be on board with the franchise and are looking forward to putting Fiat back to its strong position in the Louth/Meath area.
“I’d also like to extend a warm welcome to all our future Fiat and Fiat Professional customers, and urge them to drop in to see us at our showroom on Matthews Lane, Drogheda, to test drive this fantastic range.”
“We are delighted to add Brian Reynolds Car Sales to our Fiat network and bring the brand back to the important Drogheda market,” adds Paul Hunt, Managing Director, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland.
“This appointment represents a significant step in our plans to expand and strengthen the Fiat dealer network across Ireland. The location and accessibility will ensure customers in both Louth and Meath can now sample the Fiat range.
“We are confident that, in the Reynolds family, we have secured a partner and team that will deliver the highest levels of service to Fiat customers both current and new to the brand.”
Following on from this appointment Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland will now focus on further network expansions across the country.