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GEARING UP FOR THE 'ELECTRIC REVOLUTION'​

Arthurs Peugeot, the award-winning Wrexham dealership, is gearing itself up for the ‘electric revolution.’

The area’s award-winning Peugeot dealership, Arthurs, has been officially appointed one of the Peugeot network’s first electric vehicle dealers.

And as Peugeot commits to electrifying the entire product range over the next five years, Arthurs Peugeot is getting ready for the first electrified vehicles which will debut later this year.

And no-one is more thrilled than Dealer Principal Philip Corfield who is personally experiencing the dealership’s first electric van – a Peugeot Partner.

ELECTRIC VAN WREXHAM PARTNER CHESTER OSWESTRY
PHIL CORFIELD WITH THE ELECTRIC PARTNER VAN

“It’s absolutely great,” said Philip.  “I drive from home to the dealership, put the Partner on charge while I am working, and it is ready for me to drive either later in the morning or back home at night.

“This really is something that we are fully incorporating into our development and expansion and I cannot speak highly enough of the performance of the engine-less electric van which is fantastic.

“At the dealership we are predicting that electric will definitely be the answer to solving pollution in our towns and cities within the next two years.

“For anyone in business in and around Wrexham who can use our charging point the Partner is a perfect ‘partner’ – I fully recommend it.”

He said having electric points in the dealership was enabling Arthurs Peugeot to train its technicians to work on hybrid and full electric variants.

“We have invested highly in getting ourselves up to speed to be one of the most advanced sites to deal with the demand for electric vehicles,” Philip added.​