Mackie Motors, Renault dealership in Brechin has ended the year in style after being named as one of the best in the Groupe Renault UK dealer network.
Mackie Motors Renault, located on Clerk Street, scooped one of the brand’s Dealer of the Year 2020 awards, which were presented at Groupe Renault UK’s annual dealer conference in Manchester.
The local dealership brought the coveted award home to Brechin after Renault UK judged it to be a top-performing dealer in terms of customer satisfaction, vehicle sales and after sales performance. The achievement is even more impressive considering that there are nearly 150 dealers in the Renault UK dealer network.
The award comes at an exciting time for the dealership and its customers, with Mackie Motors having recently welcomed new versions of the best-selling Renault Clio and all-electric Renault ZOE to its showroom.
Kevin Mackie, Managing Director at Mackie Motors, was delighted to accept the award on behalf of the team. He said: “We always strive to provide a level of service that exceeds customers’ expectations and we are especially pleased that customer feedback has played a significant part in our award win. It’s fantastic to have the recognition for our efforts but we certainly won’t be resting on our laurels. We’re looking to build on this success and provide an even better service in 2020 and, with a host of exciting new models on the way, we strongly believe that next year is going to be even better for customers and our business.”
Vincent Tourette, Managing Director, Groupe Renault UK, said: “As a Dealer of the Year Award 2020 winner, Mackie Motors can feel very proud. It’s a challenging time to be involved with automotive retailing, but Mackie Motors have really gone the extra mile to ensure its success, both in terms of meeting customers’ requirements to a high level and comfortably surpassing the exacting standards and targets that we expect of our franchise partners. They have made a significant contribution to the success of our brands and we know that customers in the North East of Scotland who have an interest in Renault and Dacia are in the safest of hands.”