A MULTI-million pound makeover has transformed a car dealership to be ‘future ready’.

Volvo Cars Maidenhead reopened its doors to a new-look showroom after the branch closed for refurbishment in April.

Drivers will now be able to buy, service, MoT and repair Volvo cars whilst free Wi-Fi has been introduced and complementary refreshments in the new lounge area.

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Volvo Maidenhead's new lounge area refurbished for customers (Credit: Volvo)


There's also a number of electric vehicle charging points now on the site and a range of hybrid and electric models to choose from in the showroom.

"With petrol and diesel cars slowly becoming a thing from the past, we’ve ensured our new sustainable facility is future-ready," Steve Radakovic, head of business at Volvo Cars Maidenhead, said.

“We’ve already received great feedback on our new showroom and look forward to welcoming both new and existing customers to Volvo Cars Maidenhead for all their Volvo requirements and, crucially, a personalised experience with our expert team.”


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Volvo's new range of hybrid and electric cars can be viewed in-store (Credit: Volvo)


Honouring its pledge to combat the climate energy crisis by becoming a fully electric car maker by 2030, Volvo has stated that single-use plastics will also not be used within its showrooms.