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Iveco opens Canberra dealership


Iveco’s network has expanded, following the appointment of a new full-line dealership in Canberra.

Operating from Wollongong Street on Fyshwick, the high profile and well connected site offers sales, service and support of the Iveco range, from passenger car licence vans and light trucks, through to B-Double capable prime movers.

The new 200,000m² site showcases its own impressive features including a 200m² indoor showroom, a fully equipped five bay workshop, a wash bay and a sizeable 4,000m² parts warehouse, with customer parking and a customer lounge.

Iveco ANZ Managing Director, Glen Dyer says, he is delighted to have quality representation of the Iveco brand in the ACT and beyond, growing the number of outlets nationwide to 59, including service and parts sites.

“The ACT is an important market for Iveco, especially as a centre of government, so to have Canberra Iveco on board to provide the full suite of Iveco services creates greater opportunities for us,” he says.

“It also complements our existing parts and service dealership, Express Truck Service, in Queanbeyan.”

Working in the automative and commercial vehicle industry for over 25 years, dealer principal Mirko Milic says he is excited to bring the Iveco Daily, Eurocargo, ACCO and S-Way ranges to the region along with Iveco’s off-road products including T-Way.

“The Iveco product line-up is comprehensive and offers a range of features and specification choices that will attract user types across a range of applications,” he says.

“We believe their combination of advanced safety features; strong emission performance and low total cost of ownership will be well received across our local market.”

Iveco operates six manufacturing plants and seven research and development centres, counting on 3,500 sales and service points in over 160 countries, guaranteeing technical support wherever an Iveco vehicle is at work.

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