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Used-van outlet now in Newtown

 
Created on 13/01/2020 @ 18:29
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A used car business set-up in Newtown just before Christmas is already expanding to become an exclusive supplier of vans.

A Newtown businessman and a web designer joined forces to create a start-up that promised a new kind of used car buying experience. Their model –“Revive & Drive” - means that instead of simply being a stockist of used cars, like most dealerships, they have a full time ‘Finding Agent’ who actively sources used cars for customers based on their needs and budget. 
The venture has gone so well that they’ve now added another stream to their service by becoming the exclusive supplier of vans in Mid-Wales for one of the UK’s largest used vans stockists.
Stephen Blackwell, Revive & Drive Online Manager, made the announcement today: “We’re so pleased to announce this partnership which will see us be able pass on bulk purchasing savings on any vans we source for our customers from this vast pool of available vehicles,” he said.
At any given time Revive & Drive have access to 2000 vans, all of which are available for sale from the Newtown showroom.
A spokesman from the national trade van supplier said: “We looked at what Revive & Drive are doing with their exciting and unique approach and immediately said that we’d like to be a part of it. As one of the largest van resellers in the country we have a huge stock of choices for their customers to choose from.” 
As part of the agreement they will be receiving a sample fleet of premium used vans to exhibit in their Newtown showroom this week, these will sit beside the hand-picked selection of used cars that they already stock in their comfortable, café-style showroom. 
To sit down with one of their Finding Agents for a free consultation go to reviveanddrive.co.uk or pass by their showroom on the Mochdre Industrial Estate and see what bargains they can find you.

 

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