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Dennehy Motors new Fiat Professional dealer

Gowan Auto has added Dennehy Motors Group to the Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep and Opel dealer networks of Ireland, for new vehicle sales and aftersales.

The Stellantis brands will now take their place at a dedicated, newly furbished 560 square metre showroom, located at the motor group’s 14-acre landmark site on the Dock Road in Limerick.

When building works are completed, the development will house a new 11-car showroom for the Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep and Opel brands, complete with the very latest corporate identity for the carmakers. It will also be the first site in Ireland to showcase the new Stellantis Multibrand House corporate identity.

The service centre is already home to one of the leading DOE testing facilities in Limerick and a 20-bay workshop, employing 25 technicians working off the latest e-VHC aftersales technology.

Established over 75 years ago, Dennehy Motors Group is a long-recognised player in the Irish automotive industry. Its managing director, Rory Dennehy commented on the appointment to the Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep and Opel dealer networks: “Opel is an established brand that has been enjoying a true rejuvenation, whilst an exciting product plan from Fiat, Fiat Professional and Jeep in the coming months and years is sure to attract new business to our forecourt.

“The dealership has invested heavily in expanding its facility and team to accommodate the new brands to our stable and is determined to give all Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep and Opel customers a warm welcome and an exceptional experience at our award-winning dealership on the Dock Road, Limerick.”

Pictured from left to right are John Saunders, managing director of Fiat, Fiat Professional and Jeep Ireland; Rory Dennehy, managing director at Dennehy Motors; James Brooks, managing director of Opel Ireland; Alexis Moore, head of network development for Opel and  head of brands for Fiat, Fiat Professional and Jeep Ireland.