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Magna Motors expands to Oxford Road

Sunday, January 07, 2018

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Magna Motors Dealership Limited, exclusive distributor of Hyundai in Jamaica, has announced plans to upgrade to an ultra-modern facility on Oxford Road in Kingston.

The new home of the company's pristine showroom and high-tech service centre will be seven times larger than its two current locations combined. The new facility will more than double Magna Motors' showroom and workshop space. The company will also see a six-fold increase in the parts department.

The move forms part of Magna's strategic plan to deliver premium world-class service to customers in a central location, with greater speed and efficiency.

Set to be officially opened in early 2019, the new location will occupy 2.52 acres (109,771 sq feet) and will boast a full range of services for maintenance and repair, a pre-owned department, a kids' zone, and will be outfitted with award-winning Hyundai models, top-of-the-line equipment and amenities.

“Creating a robust customer experience is at the core of our operations, and in today's world, innovation is a necessity to achieving that. Our new location will be the largest and most modern facility islandwide, built with Hyundai guidelines and standards. This new world-class facility will allow us to provide improved quality of service for our customers, with the added convenience of meeting all their needs in one location,” shared Juan Vargas, managing director, Magna Motors Dealership Limited.

Vargas added that the company recently celebrated its second anniversary, and the opening of its new location would reaffirm Magna Motors' commitment to giving Jamaicans more reasons to drive.

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