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Manheim signs new contract with Heritage Automotive

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Manheim has signed a new two-year deal with Heritage Automotive, which will see around 3,000 part-exchange vehicles offered through Manheim’s Bristol auction centre every year.

The company holds franchises for Audi, Škoda and Volkswagen – for both passenger cars and Commercial Vehicles – across 11 sites in the South West.

Manheim Bristol, auction centreDarren Cook Used Car Director from Heritage Automotive, said: “We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service and experiences through our dedicated and qualified staff, and we are very pleased to be continuing our relationship with Manheim, which holds very similar values. Its focus on its customers, as well as continued investment in its operations and facilities, were both important factors in choosing to do business with the company.”

Manheim’s Bristol auction centre offers over 75,000 quality used cars every year from its purpose-built, three-lane, 29-acre site.

Tim Hudson, managing director of Inventory Solutions at Cox Automotive UK, which includes Manheim, said: “We have made a huge investment in the Manheim Bristol auction centre in the past year, including the rollout of our award-winning Swift process, which gets vehicles from gate to sales channel within one hour. Our new inspection system and 360-degree imagery booths present every vehicle in the best possible way and our team members work hard to deliver the greatest performance and service for our customers.”

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