County Line Nissan Announces Expansion of Facilities

Serving Connecticut drivers for five decades, County Line Nissan recently announced plans to expand their service and parts facilities. The new structure will include dual drive through lanes, according to County Line Nissan owner Patrick Bayliss.

Middlebury, CT, May 01, 2011 --( Middlebury-based County Line Nissan continues to grow. With the goal in mind of providing excellence in customer service, County Line Nissan has begun construction of a new service and parts facility. For over fifty years, County Line Nissan has served Connecticut drivers. With the largest onsite automotive parts department in New England, County Line Nissan continues a long tradition of an exceptional automotive service experience from purchase to servicing to trading-in for the next car.

Maintaining facilities on a fifteen-acre complex with a large assortment of both new and used automobiles, County Line Nissan is constructing a new state-of-the-art facility addition. The new structure underway will be an addition to the current parts and service center on the County Line Nissan property. This new state-of-the-art facility will become the home of County Line Nissan’s recognized parts and service department and was designed by County Line Nissan to make servicing customers more efficient. “With dual drive through lanes and the expansion of our parts department, customers will find our automotive service that much easier,” states County Line Nissan owner Patrick Bayliss. As well, the County Line Nissan parts and service facility will result in a “better and easier” experience for patrons.

The new customer service and parts center will offer County Line Nissan customers a wide variety of amenities while they await their auto servicing needs. From the flat panel televisions and coffee bar to the wi-fi Internet access, Bayliss says that County Line Nissan customers will relax in ease or continue their work while they wait.

“Expansion was not a luxury, it was a necessity,” reports County Line Nissan’s Bayliss. March 2011 showed a new sales volume record for County Line Nissan, and new County Line Nissan customers are beginning to return for basic service on their car. “With the addition of such quality vehicles as the new County Line Nissan Rogue, the Redesigned County Line Nissan Quest and the new County Line Nissan Altima, we needed this expansion to handle all the customers that are flooding through our doors,” notes the County Line Nissan dealership owner. “And with the amazing 100% electric Nissan Leaf on the way to County Line Nissan, this expansion could not be hitting at a better time,” adds Bayliss.

This most recent expansion of County Line Nissan is the second in just three years. The fifteen-acre complex saw a 2008 complete renovation of the County Line Nissan showroom. According to Bayliss, the expansion of County Line Nissan demonstrates a commitment to the future. In addition, the County Line Nissan owner adds that he also has a commitment to reinvesting in the business, “in order to attract and retain County Line Nissan patrons.”

For more information about County Line Nissan, visit the dealership online at:
County Line Nissan
2191 Straits Turnpike
Middlebury, CT 06762

County Line Nissan
Patrick Bayliss