Suzuki Cars Ireland have announced Dineen O’Donoghue as its latest dealer offering a full new and used vehicle range along with aftersales service. Suzuki Ireland now have 24 dealers with the brand and is very pleased to have representation in County Kerry.
Situated on Cork Road, Killarney, Padraig Dineen and Michael O’Donoghue first opened their business in 1998, initially as a SEAT franchise followed by Mitsubishi and is now solus Suzuki. The opening of the new dealership provides Suzuki with good presence in the area to introduce new and local customers to the brand with other dealers located a significant distance away.
The new dealership has a five-car showroom which is 120 sq. meters in size along with a sales office, service reception and customer waiting area. Full aftersales support is available on-site too with a 140 sq. meter four bay workshop facility, 90 sq. metre parts area and full valeting facility.
Padraig Dineen has responsibility for Sales and Michael O’Donoghue looks after the Aftersales section of the business. Commenting on their new venture, Padraig said:
“Suzuki is a perfect fit for our company, we are very proud of the new facility dedicated to the Brand and are already welcoming new customers to the Suzuki family. We are really pleased to be associated with the distinctive Japanese brand which is established over 100 years and is renowned for quality, affordability and a very high level of customer service”.
Michael Mc Barron, National Sales Manager: “Suzuki are delighted to now be represented in Kerry and we have found a long-established business partner who is aligned to our further growth strategy in Ireland. Suzuki guarantees affordability, a full hybrid range and 0% finance across the range. It’s an exciting time to be with Suzuki and we wish Padraig, Michael and the team every success with us.
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