FANS and owners of the Nissan GT-R and 370 Nismo are invited to an event taking place at our new brand centre in Bristol next month (April, 2016).
Our Nissan dealership on Hayes Way at Cribbs Causeway is hosting the Nissan supercar event in aid of charity on Sunday, April 17 from 10am until 3pm.
Simon Newson, our General Manager at the dealership, explained: “We will have a Nissan GT-R and 370 Nismo at the dealership for people to see and we are also inviting Nissan supercar owners from across the country to visit us during the day. It would be fantastic to have a selection of these cars on-site for people to see.
“We are also hosting the event to raise money for our charity of the year, Dance Voice, which is a Dance Movement Psychotherapy charity based in Bedminster. There will be a GT-R merchandise raffle on the day with proceeds being donated to the charity.
“To add to this, as we have the very latest in diagnostic technology, we will be offering GT-R and 370 Nismo owners a free diagnostic scan for their vehicle. Our fully-trained, factory technicians will be on hand to discuss parts and the technical support we can offer.”
During the day visitors will be able to get their cars valeted and the first seven to book appointments will have a free car wash. Refreshments will be provided throughout the day and each attendee will be given a Wessex Garages’ goody bag.
Simon added: “We have very high standards here at Wessex and it was vital for us to offer our customers top notch aftersales care at our new dealership.
“The workshop at the site represents a flagship venture for us and sees a move away from a traditional garage look to a bright, light, modern and spotlessly clean environment, with all the very latest hi-tech equipment available to offer our customers the very best for their vehicles.
“The workshop cost around £300,000 to build and install. We have also invested in the latest ‘in ground’ Stenhoj lifts, that rise out of the floor, rather than the old-fashioned two post lifts that take up a lot of space and look aesthetically unappealing.
“Customers will be able to sit in our bespoke customer waiting area with full viewing directly into the workshop, this ties in with one of our core values – transparency – as well as showcasing our incredible facilities.”