Bradley Renault moves to bigger location on Dublin Rd.

Bradley Renault in Galway has marked their transition to a solely Renault and Dacia dealership by announcing that they’ve just moved to a bigger location on the Dublin road.

As of last Monday (September 4th.), the group will be operating from the Dublin road showroom which will be host to a state of the art showroom as well as a full Renault and Dacia sales and aftersales centre.
The larger showroom will accommodate the full range of Renault and Dacia cars including the super all-new Renault Koleos crossover, all-new Megane range, new affordable Duster and the 100 per cent electric Zoe, as well as the award-winning range of vans including Trafic, Master and Kangoo, along with sales and finance specialists.

Bradley Renault has been providing exceptional customer service for almost 45 years to the Galway motoring public and believe that this exciting new phase will enable them to better serve existing customers whilst continuing to grow the popular Renault and Dacia brands. Bradley Renault’s new bigger location will enable an enhanced sales & aftersales experience, larger showroom with more vehicles displayed, and easier access with improved customer parking.

Bradleys Renault has been part of the Renault network serving the Galway area since 2012 and dealer principal Robert Bradley, sister Tara Bradley, who is the aftersales manager and director Gillian Bradley and all the staff are delighted to have made the move to the larger Dublin road premises.

Robert Bradley, Dealer Principal: “We are delighted to move to our new bigger location on the Dublin Road and look forward to welcoming current and new customers to our enhanced Renault and Dacia dealership. We have a fantastic range of cars and vans from both brands, a great sales and aftersales team and Renault and Dacia Bank specialists on site to make the customer experience an even better one”.
Patrick Magee, Country Operations Manager, Renault Group: “Bradleys has done a great job in building the Renault and Dacia brands over the past 5 years in the region and we are delighted that they will be moving to their bigger premises where the full range of cars and vans will be displayed with an enhanced service for customers. We wish them the very best of luck with the move!”

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