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Hello. I realise this may be most irregular, but...I just wanted to leave a post to enquire about a few things.
Theoretically speaking, if a factory approved Alfa dealer and/or a service centre were to open up in the North Cheshire/South Manchester area, how much interest would there be from the Alfa Romeo owning community? Would any of you be tempted to give it a try instead of the already established dealers?
What if I was to add that if such a place were to exist, it might be tied in with let's say a Ferrari or a Lamborghini dealership on the same premises. Not only this but it might be operated by a small specialist team focused on customer satisfaction.
Would you give it a try?
 
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To be honest I'd avoid it like the plague as I imagine a Fezza/Lambo specialist is going to pull my pants down over the price. At the end of the day, it's only a car.
 

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Well Ferrari are Stratstones in Handforth, and Lamborghini are in Stockport...

As Alfamack states you'd have to be pretty damn good to steer customers away from Mangos as they certainly have the South Manchester/Cheshire/Derbyshire and beyond well covered with 40+ years of great rep ... Bauer Millets are new in central Manc behind the G-MEX, and will be starting to gain fans...

So what the score??
 

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Not forgetting the Ferrari/Maserati combo that can be found on Upper Brooke Street in Manchester.

Is this an unveiling or a dip a toe into the water for a prospective business?
 

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As Alfamack states you'd have to be pretty damn good to steer customers away from Mangos as they certainly have the South Manchester/Cheshire/Derbyshire and beyond well covered with 40+ years of great rep ...
Not everybody has had a good experience with them. . .
 
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