WITH sales steadily climbing, Isuzu has appointed a network of dedicated fleet centres around the country.
The fleet centres have been selected to cater for the specific requirements of fleet drivers and managers in an initiative that clearly demonstrates Isuzu’s intent within the fleet sector.
To date, 50 dealers from Isuzu existing dealer network have been appointed as Fleet Centres
To date, 50 dealers from Isuzu existing dealer network have been appointed as Fleet Centres, with geographic spread all over the UK. To qualify, each dealership had to sign up to a 14-point Fleet Charter designed to satisfy fleet managers.
The charter contains a number of commitments including capped labour and parts rates, option of a courtesy vehicle and full access to technical support at all times.
In addition there is the commitment that should a vehicle be off the road for more than 3 hours, a suitable alternative will be found. The charter also guarantees an appointment at the service centre within three days of the initial call.
Historically the D-Max and its predecessor model the Rodeo have sold primarily to private buyers, many in the rural communities and trades with a network of dealers established to cater for their requirements.
However, with a number of fleet orders already announced this year and with more in the pipeline, Isuzu has taken steps to ensure that fleet customers’ exacting demands and requirements will be met.