About Sytner Group
The Group has since grown to represent 25 brands across the UK in over 140 dealerships across the UK.
2002 provided a landmark in Sytner history, when Penske Auto Group; one of the largest automotive retail Groups in the US acquired the company.
Being part of a global organisation provided Sytner Group with the opportunity to continually improve customer service, create some of the UK’s most outstanding dealership facilities and offer unrivalled choice, by sharing best practice with our American counterparts.
A focus on customer service includes focusing on supporting our dealership teams and in 2006 a new head office building was purchased, bringing the majority of the Group's central services under one roof, including a new training centre, customer contact centre and IT support.
This continued growth and expansion, led to further investment in facilities and state-of the-art dealerships. For example, 2008 saw the opening of West London Audi; the largest Audi showroom in the world! The dealership spans seven floors, and is visible to motorists passing on the M4 and Great West Road. The underground levels host parking facilities and a 32 bay workshop!
In early 2012 Sytner Group expanded its operations across the waters by acquiring Isaac Agnew Holdings; a long standing family owned Northern Ireland Group, with a similar resolute focus on customer experience.
Also in 2012 the Group was very proud to once again achieve third position in the Sunday Times Best Big Companies to Work for, having held a top 6 position for the past five years.
Whilst aiming to be the leading retailer of prestige cars in the UK, we are proud to still retain a strong family feel throughout our entire business and the success of Sytner Group and its growth lies squarely with this talented team.
In aid of the Mat Davis foundation, Jon Stenson of Graypaul Birmingham will be undertaking an unbelievable 2,300km Gate to Gate challenge, with the aim of raising a remarkable £10,000. The Mat Davis foundation was inspired by an incredible young man of the same name and aims to provide support to people aged 18-26, in Warwickshire, who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer.