Saturday, May 31, 2008

Heritage Nissan move to a new location in Rome

Heritage Nissan, the Nissan car showroom, subsidiary of Rome based Heritage Autogroup, has changed its current location due to communication problems. The old Heritage Nissan showroom, situated at the corner of Martha Berry Highway and John Davenport Drive, became difficult to access due to tight intersection, limited parking space and road construction. The new location on Veterans Memorial Highway east of Ga. 53, which will be unveiled on June 2nd, is more spacious with lots of facilities. Rome News-Tribune reports:

The move from the old location, which has housed Heritage Nissan since the early ’90s, will provide much more space and amenities for both customers and the dealership’s employees.

“This new location should double our inventory space, and we’ll be able to house well over 200 new vehicles,” said Gary Loyd, the general manager of Heritage Nissan. “The new facility is state-of-the-art. For the consumer, the location will provide easier access in and out, and we’ll have spacious new offices, showrooms and a new air-conditioned workshop. It will be a great work environment for our employees.”

In the new facility of Heritage Nissan, everything is easy to find- the sales, service,parts areas. The new center is very customer friendly. Loyd also said that the Heritage Auto Supercenter will remain in the old location.

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Rome News-Tribune