Hyundai area sales manager Michael Torrisi, Black Auto general manager Jason Deny and Craig Black Group general manager Russell Edwards are excited about the new possibilities available for Hyundai in Warwick.
Hyundai area sales manager Michael Torrisi, Black Auto general manager Jason Deny and Craig Black Group general manager Russell Edwards are excited about the new possibilities available for Hyundai in Warwick. Candyce Braithwaite

Driving to a new era

ARE YOU in the market for a new Hyundai? Or maybe you already have one and would like to get it serviced in town?

Look no further than Black Auto, formally known as Black Toyota.

General manager Russell Edwards announced yesterday that they have been appointed the new franchisee for Hyundai in Warwick.

"We are very excited to work with Hyundai," Mr Edwards said.

"As part of our philosophy we believe residents should be able to access a full range of motor vehicle brands."

Hyundai Motors vehicles have been distributed successfully in Australia since the brand was introduced in 1986.

The vehicles are known for their award-winning reliability having recently achieved recognition in 2012 as Australia's best small car under $35,000.

Since 1983 with the opening of Craig Black Group's first Toyota dealership in Chinchilla, the group has continued to expand its operations in rural motor vehicle dealerships within Queensland and New South Wales.

Mr Edwards said Warwick has been a critical part of the group for many years.

Toyota first opened in Warwick in 1999 at their former location on Wood St.

Black Auto has been at its current location in the new state of the art facility at 9-11 Betta Pl for almost five years.

Black Auto now services the full range of Hyundai and Toyota vehicles with genuine parts utilising factory trained technicians which is backed by after sales service.



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