Below is a brief outline of the history of Henrys Cars
The business was established in 1927 at the original Maxwell Road site.
Then in 1979, the business was bought by Alex Henry.
In 1980, Henrys acquired the Honda franchise in Glasgow.
Due to rapid expansion of the business, in 1991 a separate PDI (pre-delivery inspection) centre was purchased.
In 1998, with an investment of £2.2 million, a purpose built Honda site was opened on Titwood Road, Glasgow.
In the same year, Henrys was awarded the ŠKODA franchise at the Maxwell Road site.
In 2007, Henrys added a second ŠKODA franchise at Kyle Street in Glasgow.
In 2008, Henrys closed their ŠKODA site at Maxwell Road and moved all of their ŠKODA operations to Kyle Street making it the Number 1 ŠKODA dealership in the UK.
In 2009, Henrys completely revamped their existing PDI centre into a used car site, Henrys Trade Car Centre. This Centre offers trade car prices direct to the public!
Name changes from Henrys Trade Centre to Henrys CarsUnder5. Henrys felt that the Trade Centre name deterred customers away thinking it was for Car Traders only. Promoting Used Cars Under £5000 is now the fresh new approach to marketing this Used Car facility.
Henrys take on the SsangYong franchise further adding to the wide range of vehicles now available from Henrys. SsangYong was acquired by Indian Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd in February 2011. With its reputation for pulling and 4x4 ability, the SsangYong range is a great franchise to acquire.
In 2015 Henrys invested close to £500,000 in a complete refurbishment of their ŠKODA site on Kyle Street. This consisted of a brand new customer handover bay, new exterior signage and a complete refurbishment of the showroom and service reception areas. The project endeavours to ensure customers are able to view a larger representation of the ŠKODA new car range in a more favourable showroom environment.
Henrys Honda, Skoda and SsangYong subscribe to the Motor Industry Code of Practice for Service and Repair.
In the first instance, should you feel that we have not provided a satisfactory standard with regards to Service and Repair please contact us on;
Once our contact over an issue has concluded, should you feel we have not provided a satisfactory solution, we would refer you to the Motor Industry Codes Advisory and Conciliation Service. Their role is to ensure that we are acting responsibly and fulfilling our obligations under the Motor Industry Code of Practice for service and repair. The Motor Codes Advisory and Conciliation Service will offer free impartial advice and when appropriate an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) service that we are fully committed to in the event that you are not satisfied with the outcome of a dispute.
The Code Advisory and Conciliation Service can be contacted using the Advice Line number below, and will offer free impartial advice.
For further information you can visit their website at www.motorcodes.co.uk or call their Code Advisory and Conciliation Service Consumer Advice Line free phone number: 0800 6920825.
Code Advisory and Conciliation Service address:
Motor Industry Code of Practice for New Cars
PO Box 44755