South Africa’s new vehicle market made a strong rebound in 2021 from the massive 29.2% COVID-19 pandemic-related decline in 2020, and naamsa expects the industry to continue with its gradual recovery in 2022.
- Industry News
- 11 January 2022
The latest addition to the Stellantis dealer network is a large, new Super Group multi-franchise facility in Jacaranda Street, Hennopspark, Centurion, for Jeep, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Alfa Romeo, Peugeot and Citroën.
Customers in Gauteng have access to 20 dealerships in the area, providing an accessible sales and aftersales experience to most customers.
The latest addition to the Stellantis dealer network is Super Group Centurion, the second facility from the dealer giant after Super Group Menlyn joined the Stellantis stable in April.
Founded in 1986, Super Group comprises 42 dealerships across South Africa offering 24 of the major brands sold in the country. They are listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and are amongst the top ten JSE Empowered Companies.
“We believe the current mix of dealers in the Gauteng region continues to strengthen our customer experience in our constant drive for improved customer satisfaction,” says Leslie Ramsoomar, Managing Director of Stellantis South Africa.
“Super Group Centurion is a full-service dealership across both new and pre-owned vehicle sales as well as aftersales. We are looking forward to working with them.”
Leading the team at Super Group Centurion is Dealer Manager, Elaine Roets. “Whether you need repairs, seasonal maintenance or a travel check-up, your vehicle will be in the very best hands,” says Elaine.
“Our professionals are experts and work with state-of-the-art technology. Affordability and quality service are paramount to our business, ensuring that our customers receive the best quality service in the most customer-pleasing manner.”
Super Group Centurion opens its doors on 15 September 2021. Comfortable waiting areas, complimentary Wi-Fi and refreshments all await customers, not to mention the exciting line-up of Jeep, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Peugeot and Citroën models on display and available for test drives.
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