Toronto, Ontario – Mercedes-Benz has announced it has celebrated the grand openings of five dealerships in five weeks, continuing its commitment to maintaining and further developing an unparalleled network across the country.

The company now has 53 dealerships in Canada, including a combination of Mercedes-Benz-owned retail stores and authorized dealerships.

The latest projects were total makeovers or moves of existing facilities completed to better serve the growing needs of customers in Kamloops and North Vancouver, British Columbia; Franke Ste-Agathe, and Boucherville, Quebec; and Oakville, Ontario.

“Mercedes-Benz remains committed to creating a national dealership network that will offer customers an unmatched ownership experience at every level,” said Marcus Breitschwerdt, president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz Canada. “Our dealers have embraced and supported our vision for growth, and over the course of the last five years, most of our facilities have either been renovated or built from the ground up. Overall, this constitutes an investment of approximately $250 million coast-to-coast. By next year, all facilities will have more than doubled in size, which has allowed us to significantly improve both our sales and service processes to better serve our customers.”

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