Ford rolls out Transit24 dealerships

  • Audited by the RAC
  • Extended opening hours, inc. Saturdays
  • Late night servicing on Thursdays

Following the complete rejuvenation of its CV line up over the past three years, Ford has rolled out 105 new Transit24 dealerships across the UK. The dedicated CV network is audited by the RAC and will have minimum opening hours of between 7.30am and 6.30pm, in addition to Saturday mornings.

Downtime is especially damaging for one-man-bands, and they’re the prime focus for the new Transit24 dealerships. As well as extended opening hours, the new dealerships offer easy to book while-you-wait servicing and priority treatment for urgent repairs in the Transit Centre workshops.

“Ford Transit Centres are dedicated to the business customer and are staffed by industry professionals with extensive product, servicing and financial expertise to help you keep your business on the road,” said Terry Rayner, director, Transit Centres, Ford of Britain.

“Furthermore, Ford has the largest network of dedicated commercial vehicle dealers in the country, so a Transit Centre is never far away; no-one else can offer the same levels of support.”

Services can be booked online, there is a free collection and delivery service for customers based within 30 minutes’ drive of the dealership (additional cost otherwise), courtesy vehicles are provided and there is free Wi-Fi.

Late night servicing on Thursdays means customers that drop their van off by 4pm will be able to collect it for 10am on Friday. For peace of mind, any genuine Ford parts not already in stock will be delivered to the dealer by 9am the next day.