By Haddenham Webteam - 8th July 2019 4:00pm
Ivor Miles of Haddenham has launched a brand new website.
The local Haddenham garage, which has been trading in the village since the 1950s, has launched its first website where you can view cars available for sale and book in for your MOT, servicing and repair work.
The garage provides for all your vehicle needs including fuel, servicing, repairs and MOTs and stocks a variety of cars to suit a range of needs and levels of affordability. If they don't have it on the forecourt, they also offer a bespoke service where they will find you your perfect car from their national suppliers.
Ivor Miles specialises in high-quality, low mileage used cars and prides itself on fantastic service and aftercare. If you're thinking about buying a car, feel free to pop-in or book an appointment for a friendly, no-commitment chat. Irene and her team will be very happy to advise you on your options and help you reach the right decision.
Fuel prices at Ivor Miles are amongst the lowest in the area and every time you spend over £20 on fuel at Ivor Miles, you'll receive a voucher which you can collect and use to cut your motoring costs. Vouchers can be used against labour costs on MOT, servicing and mechanical repairs.
Ivor Miles is now run by Irene after her much-loved husband, Ray Sisson, passed away last year. Irene would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has offered their support and kindness over this difficult time and thank Ivor Miles customers for their loyalty.
Please visit the website: www.ivormiles.co.uk to see the range of cars currently in stock from the nippy Audi A1 Sportback to the stylish MINI Clubman.
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