Posted on 06 Feb 2013

Jennings Motor Group’s Deals on Wheels Used Car Trade Centre has reported an influx of sales since relocating to larger premises in South Tyneside.

August 2012 saw the Deals on Wheels operation, move from Parsons Road in Washington to new premises located adjacent to the group’s successful Ford Direct dealership on Newcastle Road in South Shields.

The first five months of business at the new premises has proved a huge success with more than 300 used car sales being reported.

Extra space which has allowed a bigger and varied display of quality part-exchange trade vehicles, combined with customers taking advantage of competitively priced offers are the main contributing factors to the recent success.

General sales manager, David Walker, who heads the Deals on Wheels operation, is feeling positive about the future and looking forward to continued sales success during 2013, he said;

“In addition to being able to cater for a wider customer market with an extensive display of quality used vehicles, a range of competitive savings and discounts have also been pulling customers to the site.

“All the models we have on display are selected from trade vehicles sourced across the group.”

David added; “Despite only being into the second week of the New Year, already we have secured more than 20 sales at the Deals on Wheels operation in South Shields, which is a positive and encouraging start to 2013.”

Deals on Wheels is part of the Jennings Motor Group which operates three Ford showrooms based at Gateshead, Stockton and Middlesbrough, in addition to two Ford Direct branches in South Shields and Middlesbrough. Mazda and SEAT franchises are also located in Middlesbrough and the group’s latest branch, Jennings Kia, is based in Washington.

Customers can also take advantage of bodyshop, service and parts departments located across the group.

For more information about the range of models available at Deals on Wheels, visit the Newcastle Road branch, contact 0191 4276666 or visit

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