OMC Motorgroup are car dealers in Accrington with an unmatched record for service and longevity stretching back more than a century.
Our motor group has been serving the north west of England since 1907, thriving through word of mouth recommendation and repeat business.
Our Accrington dealership is one of our three locations. At this dealership, conveniently located on Whalley Road, BB5 5EG, we have a wide range of both quality new and used cars as well as full facilities for services and repairs.
Specialists in Fords, we are the longest established approved dealers in the north west and were selling these superb cars back in the days the Model T was the only option. Things have changed a bit since then but our links with Ford mean we can provide special offers and a level of expertise that remains unmatched.
At any time, we also have a large selection of used vehicles in stock, these catering for all budgets and requirements; from a cheap but reliable first car through to a luxury executive vehicle.
If you would like to discuss any vehicle, arrange for a test drive or find out what we might have in stock for your budget and requirements, please call us on 01254 380 710.
There are many car dealerships in and around Accrington so why consider the OMC Motorgroup?
We believe that we stand out on both price and the level of service and expertise we provide.
Price is, of course, easy to check - please have a browse through our new and used cars and see how we compare. You may also want to check out our special offers, at any given time these are likely to include low or zero interest deals and other savings that are unmatched by local dealerships.
We also have a truly outstanding level of knowledge. We are specialist Ford dealers as well as being approved Kia dealers at our other north west locations, we are a local dealership that has been in operation for more than a century.
It is easy to talk of this level of knowledge and service, but what do independent reviews say? Ours are universally positive.
On Autotrader, from 186 reviews, our average is five out of five.
In an industry where so many dealerships over promise and over sell and subsequently have appalling online reviews, we stand out.
We are proud of our reputation and actively encourage people to see what others have said about our level of service, expertise, and the experience of browsing cars at our Accrington dealership.
For any car online, new or used, it is possible to see full details, tailor a bespoke finance package and also request further details or book in a test drive. There is even a link by every car to request a personal video, making it is straightforward to browse from the comfort of your lounge.
Our customers also use us for their services and MOTs, both of which can be booked online and a collection and drop-off service is offered. Most of our customers are with us for the long haul - buying their cars from us, having them serviced and then upgrading when the time is right.
We would love you to put us to the test. Please visit our Accrington dealership as part of your hunt for the perfect vehicle.
Accrington is a town with a population of 35,000 people located in Lancashire, north west England. The town’s closest neighbours are Blackburn, Burnley and Preston, while Manchester city centre is just 20 miles away.
The town has historic significance as a former centre of the cotton and textile industries and it is believed to be the home of the hardest building bricks in the world - The Accrington Nori. These iron bricks were instrumental in the construction of the Statue of Liberty.
The town’s name is Anglo-Saxon in origin, first appearing in record in the 12th century.
The town is known for and rightly proud of the ‘Accrington Pals’ these a battalion of volunteers who formed to fight in World War One, it is believed that this was the smallest of all such ‘pal’ groups formed for the war (the pals were a peculiarity of WWI, the prevailing thinking at the time being that allowing groups of friends to form a battalion would boost morale).
The Pals first faced action at the Battle of the Somme and suffered huge losses. Their service is remembered on the white stone cenotaph that stands in Oak Hill Park.
The town is also well known for its football club, Accrington Stanley. Accrington was, until 2012, the smallest town in England to have a Football League club.
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