Posted: 15 March 2019 | Category :

Sinclair Group Acquires Likes Land Rover Hay-on-Wye

The Sinclair Group has strengthened its standing as Wales’ largest motor retailer by adding another premium brand to its prestigious portfolio with the acquisition of Likes, Hay-on-Wye Land Rover.

The sales, servicing and parts operation has been bought from the Walters Group and will be renamed Sinclair Land Rover. All 35 staff employed at the site will be welcomed into the Sinclair Group.

Sinclair Group History

Founded in 1945 and now boasting a 950-strong workforce, the Sinclair Group already represents Audi, Mercedes-Benz, SEAT, Skoda, smart, Volkswagen Cars and Commercial Vehicles in 20 dealership locations across South Wales.

" As a successful and ambitious business, we are always looking to expand if the right opportunity arises," said Andy Sinclair, Sinclair Group Managing Director. "The chance to add such an iconic British motoring brand as Land Rover to our portfolio as well as a well-established dealership in Likes is exactly that, so we’re absolutely thrilled with this acquisition."

He added: " We want to build on the excellent reputation that Likes has developed and the hard work and commitment of the fantastic team in delivering outstanding levels of service and establishing strong retention amongst a loyal customer base."

" The future looks extremely bright for everyone connected with Sinclair Land Rover and with our Group’s experienced and extensive support infrastructure behind the business, we look forward to delivering a truly five-star retail experience to existing and prospective customers."

Dai Walters, Chairman of the Walters Group, commented: " Since purchasing Likes in 2009, we have established it as one of the top ranking Land Rover dealerships in the UK. We are delighted that Sinclair, as a local family run Welsh-based company, has acquired the business and we know that their expertise will ensure the business goes from strength to strength. I wish Andy and his team all the very best for the future."