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Greenhous Group

The Greenhous Group was established in the year 1912. They are one of the few market players to have surpassed 100 years in operation that was marked in 2012. Today they have franchise deals with the likes of Nissan, Renault, Toyota and Vauxhall. They were in fact one of the very first Vauxhall dealers. There are 13 main branches and a few servicing and van centres. Most of their dealerships are located in either Shrewsbury or Telford. They of course sponsor Shrewsbury Town FC’s stadium and have naming rights as part of the deal. They primarily operate online from www.greenhous.co.uk, but do also have a range of micro sites dedicated to specific branches.

Whilst this may not be one of the largest or most well known chains on the scene, they have consistently performed as a top 20 UK dealer. The latest data report marked their turnover close to £775 million that actually places them in the 14th overall spot. This puts them ahead of such big names as Glyn Hopkin, Perrys and Peter Vardy. The 13 dealerships are quite small and so the Group’s stock level isn’t significant with around 540 used cars and just over 110 vans. Whenever you browse their stock they’ll throw up a representative example when paying on credit. The Greenhous finance rates did vary usually between 13% and 15%.

The available plans include HP (up to 60 months) and PCP (up to 48 months). They don’t share which lenders they use for used cars. You can apply with them, but you’ll be redirected away from www.greenhous.co.uk on to a secure page at www.newvehicle.com. If you are interested in their 0% deals on new cars then you’ll have to request the details. There is for instance a deal running through Vauxhall Finance on the Adam. This will be available at their Shrewsbury and Telford showrooms. Across a few dealerships that we checked over, they were open 7/7 for sales. Typical close was Mon/Fri (6.30pm), Sat (5pm) and Sun (4pm).

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