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Johnson & Perrott Seat to relocate to Mahonpoint

Wednesday, 22nd August, 2018 4:29pm

This week Johnson & Perrott Seat confirmed 3 September as the official date for its relocation to the landmark Johnson & Perrott Mahonpoint premises beside Mahonpoint Shopping Centre and Business Park.

The official move follows Johnson & Perrott’s acquisition of Cashman Car Sales in Midleton late last year with Johnson & Perrott Seat operating at the Midleton premises over the past nine months ahead of the Mahonpoint relocation.

At its state of the art Mahonpoint showroom, Johnson & Perrott Seat will showcase the full Seat product range, the greatest in the history of the brand including the all new Seat Arona and Seat Ateca from Seat’s SUV range, as well as hallmarks of the Seat brand, the Ibiza and Leon.

About the relocation to Mahonpoint, Johnson and Perrott Seat Dealer Principal Peter Russell said: “We are delighted to officially welcome Seat to Johnson & Perrott Mahonpoint and look forward to showcasing the outstanding Seat range to our customers. We have joined forces with Seat during a very exciting period with Seat enjoying strong growth in the Irish market.

“We believe the addition of Seat will hugely complement our current extensive selection of vehicles both new and used at our dealership in Mahonpoint and look forward to working with them for many years to come,” he added.

Founded in 1810, Johnson & Perrott Motor Group is one of Ireland’s leading motor retailers and is owned by members of the Whitaker family. Today, having recently passed its 200th anniversary Johnson & Perrott Motor Group has interests in vehicle hire, motor dealerships and fleet management.

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