Friday, June 5, 2020

RHCV named “Used Truck Dealer of the Year”

Lenton Lane-based RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) is celebrating another national accolade, having been named “Used Truck Dealer of the Year” at the Renault Trucks Dealer Awards.

The company is the sole distributor of Renault Trucks in the East Midlands and one of the largest commercial vehicles dealers in the area.

Paul Pearson, commercial director at RHCV, said: “This is fantastic recognition for the effort the sales team have put into the used vehicle market last year. We’ve already seem a great start to 2016 and we’re hoping to repeat our performance for next year’s awards.”

RHCV won the prize for having the highest amount of used vehicles sold in 2015, competing against 62 other Renault Trucks dealerships from across the country.

Nigel Butler, commercial director at Renault Trucks, added: “The Renault Trucks Awards are always a fantastic event and a great way to recognise the hardworking dealers in our network. RHCV is a shining example of a dealer who is doing things right and we’d love to see even more awards with their name on next year.”

RHCV is an authorised distributor for Renault Trucks and provides new and used sales, service and parts for the full Renault Trucks range as well as all-makes parts and servicing for commercial vehicles. The business also provides a range of rental/lease options through sister company RH Rentals. RHCV’s purpose-built facilities in Nottingham deliver a full range of sales and aftermarket services including a dedicated paint shop and a designated ATF (authorised testing facility) bay.

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