Car Dealers in Walton-on-Thames

List of Walton-on-Thames based auto dealers offering new and second hand cars, vans and commercial vehicle sales.

We strive to provide our customers with quality, value and a personalised, friendly service. As a customer of Mercedes-Benz Temple Fortune, part of DaimlerChrysler Retail, you benefit from experience gained from over 100 years of manufacturing, selling and servicing Mercedes-Benz vehicles.

You are in safe hands with MJA Car Sales. We were one of the first to set standards for selling a used car as if it was a new car. Today we are still your best choice for a quality used car or light commercial vehicle. We choose our used cars carefully before the sale and we look after our customers after the sale. Every used car we offer is available with a fully comprehensive and extensive 1, 2 or

At Squire Furneaux we want to look after all your Volvo, Saab and Vauxhall requirements. Hello and welcome to Squire Furneaux, a family owned car dealer group, based in the Home Counties and established in 1983. Today we comprise two Saab and four Volvo dealerships plus a Vauxhall Service and Parts Centre in eight locations employing a team of two hundred and fifty people. As a company, we have been

It's time to enjoy a more progressive driving experience. Innovation, quality, style you'll find them all at your local Audi Centre. And with a wide range of New and Approved Used Audis available, all you have to do is ask. Our Approved Used Cars come with a generous warranty that guarantees years of motoring, plus the reassurance that only the best people are servicing your Audi. We choose only the

Withams have been retailing new and used Skoda vehicles from their premises in Hersham since 1973. We have a motto - "small enough to care, big enough to cope" We have been appointed by Skoda as a centre of quality and technical expertise. In addition to this we are also one of 7 retailers in the country who report directly to Skoda UK.

The Nissan Figaro is destined to be a classic. Made in very limited numbers in 1991, it was sold by way of a raffle in Japan due to unprecedented demand. Even today, the cars have a cult following and are well sought after, which ensures that their depreciation is minimal. At first sight the Nissan Figaro looks like a car from the 1950's but don't be deceived by the classic lines which veil quite candidly

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