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Jaguar Land Rover Cheltenham & Gloucester relocates

After its acquisition of Jaguar Land Rover Cheltenham & Gloucester in May 2021, Marshall Motor Group is now moving into a new home in Staverton.

From today (August 23) Marshall's sales, service and parts departments will be moving from Rutherford Way, Cheltenham to temporary premises at Ashville Business Park.

The business said customers receive a 'business as usual' service while it's brand-new state-of-the-art facilities are being built nearby.

A spokesperson said: "Marshall are investing in an exciting new space for the future for Jaguar Land Rover in Cheltenham & Gloucester.

"Our new showroom will feature stunning sales and service facilities to give you an enhanced experience and the perfect space, in a modern and contemporary environment, to discover the Jaguar and Land Rover range of vehicles."

At the time of the acquisition, Daksh Gupta, chief executive of Marshall Motor Holdings Plc said: "Cheltenham and Gloucester are fabulous locations for the Jaguar and Land Rover brands and we are proud to extend our representation with them in these strategically important territories.

"This acquisition extends the number of counties in which we operate to 29 and this is our first business in this part of the M5 corridor and in Gloucestershire."

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