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Hyundai heads to the Hills

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SYDNEY – Marc 7, 2013: Hyundai Motor Company Australia will celebrate the opening of the brand’s new flagship dealership - and the 155th in the country – this week, when Castle Hill Hyundai holds its official opening ceremony.

The purpose built dealership, located in one of the fastest growing districts in Sydney, was built on a greenfield site from the ground up, and perfectly represents the Hyundai brand philosophy of ‘New Thinking. New Possibilities.’ With an 8,000m2 expanse, making it largest Hyundai dealership in the country, the multi-level development houses a 2510m2 showroom to brilliantly display 14 floor models from the Hyundai range of award-winning passenger vehicles.

Built and operated by Automotive Holdings Group (AHG), part of Australia’s largest motoring group, the new dealership required an investment of over $6.5 million. Managed by a brand new team, Castle Hill Hyundai will offer a complete range of sales and service offerings all at one location, and all exclusive to the Hyundai brand.

Embracing the 2013 Hyundai brand DNA, the dealership boasts the very latest Hyundai design installations to ensure the ultimate customer experience. To further extend this consumer-driven design, the dealership offers 18 individual work bays and two all-new ‘Quick Service’ bays to help ensure Hyundai’s Award Winning Customer Care, and the highest level of service standards, are carried out long after the keys have been handed to the new owner.

“An investment in our brand at this level is a true testament to the potential our national dealer network sees in Hyundai, and in their partnership with our business,” said Phil Dingle, General Manager –Network Development, Hyundai Motor Company Australia. “It is very encouraging to be a part of such a dynamic operation, and an exciting time for our existing and new customers in the Hills District.”