dealers nr birmingham to visit

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  1. jaygee

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    We live on the south east coast (suffolk) and there are not many motorhome dealers near us. We are going to have to travel quite far to look at a variety of vans and am trying to visit an area where there are a few dealers within reach of each other. Have seen a van we fancy nr Birmingham so does anyone know of large dealers in that area who may have an assortment of vans we can view to make the journey worthwhile?
     
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    got to say it brownhills at newark,,,,:thumb:
     
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    i am new to this and still haven't purchased a motorhome but after ready a blog online about brownhills thats 1 place i wont be purchasing from
     
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    As Jenny says - Hayes Leisure - a good stock on 2nd Hand and New and - in my opinion - an excellent dealer to do business with.
     
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    I also held that view until reading this:

    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/motorhome-chat/41381-brownhills-must-read.html

    So I think I'd not discount them altogether, I'd be prepared to consider them if somewhat warily.
    Wyn
     
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    maybe you are most forgiving than i am ,but i wont like to try and be another buyer they abuse and don't bother with once they have your cash
     
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    Cant say i agree with you.I bought mine from Brownhills noth east.So far they have been very good.:thumb:
     
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    Have you tried Greentrees in Dereham ?we bought our 120 low profile from them last Nov and they are going to renew the cracked shower tray next week FOC. Also try Simpsons at Lowestoft, loads to look at. (or buy ours) he he, Mitch and Jenny.
     
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    there is salop leisure in shrewsbury
    moran motorhomes in ludlow
    travel world in telford
    hope this helps:thumb:
    regards brian jo and josh
     
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    I think if I wanted to look at a range of vehicles, have lunch and go back to a few, then Brownhills at Newark would be on the list. They normally have plenty of vans on site, far more than most.

    If you buy a van a long way from home, you have to take that into account when you think about taking it back for any warranty work. All of the vans I've owned have had to go back for something!
     
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    try spinney at congleton near crewe, see advert on here somewhere
     
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    Do you know, I have lived round here all my life - born in West Brom - and that's the first time I ever heard that Congleton was close by.

    Amazin .......
     
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    the fact im in essex these places mean nothin to me unless i check google earth l:BigGrin:
     
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    to be perfectly honest i have heard several people saying they wont buy from whoever because of what ever reason.
    i can only go by how i was treated when i bought mine and it seems that the majority of the larger dealerships don't really want to know you once you have handed over that big cheque and driven off in your new motorhome.

    all it would have taken is 5 minutes of their time and i may have been persuaded that they care.

    in my opinion the phone call that you really should get should be the next day at the latest asking did you get home ok.
    or maybe the letter 10 months after you bought it with dear mr/mrs... your motorhome will be due its service on bla bla date here is our price list and some discount vouchers for our accessories shop.

    i didn't get either of the above but it would certainly have changed my opinion of the dealers.
     
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    Thanks for all the replies, some good recommendations there. We are in Essex and want to have a look round a variety of vans as we have no definite model in mind this is why we need to go to an area where there are several dealers who may have a variety of vans between them. Am going to make the trip up to the midlands in a couple of weeks and spend several days looking!
     
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    I've just realised that no-one has mentioned the MHF dealer review map found on the left hand side of the home page under Reviews > Dealer reviews
    It takes you to a UK map of dealers.
    Direct link here http://www.motorhome-dealer-reviews.com/
     
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