Cambria Automobiles plc Motor Trader Awards 2014 Winner

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Cambria Automobiles was established in 2006 with a strategy to build a balanced motor retail group, through close cooperation with its manufacturer partners and the self funded acquisition and turnaround of under-performing businesses. This strategy has proved very successful.

On the 1st May 2015 Cambria completed the acquisition of the trade and assets of the Land Rover franchise in Royal Wootton Basset, Swindon from TH White Limited. Read more about Grange Land Rover Swindon here. Following the acquisition the Group now comprises 29 dealerships, representing 45 franchises and 17 brands, in a balanced portfolio spanning the high luxury, premium and volume segments.

The Group operates dealerships across England with a geographical spread from the North West through the Midlands, down to Kent in the South East and across as far as Exeter in the South West, trading under local brand names, including, Dees, Doves, Grange, Invicta, Motorparks and Pure Triumph.

Cambria's brand portfolio currently comprises Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Chrysler Jeep, Dacia, Ford, Fiat, Honda, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, Nissan, Renault, Seat, Vauxhall, Volvo and Triumph.

Our success in turning around under-performing dealerships has enabled Cambria to build a strong balance sheet. As a result, the Group is now in a position to consider acquisitions which are earnings enhancing from the outset, strengthening Cambria's brand portfolio mix further and fulfilling our national ambitions to create five regional clusters, each with a turnover of £200 million.


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Cambria Automobiles Group won the prestigious Franchised Dealer Group of the Year Award at the annual Motor Trader Awards on the 9th July 2014. It is great to see that Cambria's Guest Experience culture and training is beginning to be recognised by such highly knowledgeable judges at Motor Trader Magazine.

Previously on the 3rd November 2013, Motorparks (a trading name of Cambria Automobiles plc) topped the chart for the 50 leading franchised dealership websites. The Motorparks website was praised for being functionally rich, engaging, well structured and customer focused. Motorparks also scored highly because it also worked well, and quickly, on both tablets and Smartphone’s.

Cambria Automobiles plc is one of the UK's fastest growing motor dealer groups in the UK. Cambria was established in 2006 with a plan to create a top ten UK dealership group through the acquisition of attractive individual or groups of dealerships, and build on these opportunities through organic investment and development from the Group's own resource.

Through the buy-and-build strategy, encompassing eight corporate acquisitions to date, Cambria has grown to represent 17 different brands from 29 locations with 46 new car and motorcycle franchises. The Group focuses on acquiring and improving under-performing businesses where it believes the best shareholder returns can be achieved.

With our broad brand mix and significant buying power this provides us with the perfect opportunity to provide competitive on line car prices supported by full dealership facilities.

Cambria now operates dealerships across England representing the following new vehicle franchises Aston Martin, Alfa Romeo, Abarth, Chrysler Jeep, Jaguar, Volvo, Ford, Fiat, Mazda, Honda, Renault, Citroen, Seat, Nissan, Vauxhall and Triumph with a geographical spread from the North West of England through to the Midlands, down to the South East and across as far as Kent in the East and as far as Exeter in the South West. The Cambria name is not used in the businesses which trade under local brand names such as "Grange", "Dees", "Doves", "Invicta", "Pure Triumph" and "Motorparks".


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