McLaren Automotive opens four new retailers in the US

Article by Christian A., on March 6, 2016

McLaren Automotive disclosed that it has launched four new locations in the U.S. This opening marks the company’s goal of increasing its retail footprint and follows the release of its latest Sports Series model line which went to different showrooms just a few weeks back.

The four McLaren retailers are located in Boston, Massachusetts; Houston, Texas; Palm Beach, Florida; and Bergen Country, New Jersey. These four retailers are expected to finish their advanced retail facilities which will showcase the McLaren brand.

They will also be offering both sales and aftersales services. In addition, they are anticipated to give the best retail experience in addition to providing a more personal approach and top-of-the-market customer service.

According to Tony Joseph, who is President of McLaren Automotive North America, he is more than happy to welcome these four new retailers to their network as they bring with them a wide range of experience, especially within the local market.

The company is looking forward to their support as the brand is expected to undergo a sales growth, he added. McLaren’s retail network has been grown since the release of its 2016 570S Coupe.

The 2016 McLaren 570S Coupe is priced at $184,900 and the first deliveries started last December. The four new retailers will also be offering various models from the Super Series range like the McLaren 650S, both the Coupe and Spider variants, and even the 675LT Spider.

Press Release

McLAREN AUTOMOTIVE ANNOUNCES FOUR NEW RETAIL LOCATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA

McLaren Automotive continues to strengthen its retail footprint with the opening of four new locations in the US. The appointment of McLaren retailers in Bergen County NJ, Boston MA, Houston TX and Palm Beach FL is an important step in the development of the brand and follows the introduction of the new Sports Series model range, which just arrived in showrooms a few weeks ago.

The four new retailers now offer sales and aftersales facilities for all McLaren models, and they will soon complete their new state-of-the-art retail facilities featuring the latest McLaren visual identity. These locations will provide the ultimate in retail experience coupled with market-leading customer service and personal approach.

Tony Joseph, President of McLaren Automotive North America commented, ‘It is with great pleasure that we welcome these new locations to our retailer network. Each joins us with a wealth of experience in their local markets, and we look forward to having them support the brand during this period of considerable sales growth.’

Retail network growth has been largely driven by the arrival of the 2016 570S Coupe, which starts at $184,900, and customer delivery of the first cars began in December. The new showrooms will also offer models from the Super Series range, which consists of the groundbreaking McLaren 650S in Coupe and Spider derivatives, and the newly-announced 675LT Spider.

New retailer location details are as follows:

McLaren Bergen County
995 Route 17 South
Ramsey, NJ 07446
Temporary location during construction:
670 Route 17 North
Paramus, NJ 07652
Phone: 201.576.1600

McLaren Boston
22 Pond Street
Norwell, MA 02061
Phone: 781.347.3950

McLaren Houston
16210 North Freeway
Houston, TX 77090
Phone: 844.663.0534

McLaren Palm Beach
915 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone:855.MY.MCLAREN

 

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