Nashville’s Lexus Dealership Relocating to Metro Center

Nashville, Tennessee, has a reputation for begetting some of the world’s greatest musical talents, and now it will gain notoriety for making it possible to purchase s...

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Nashville’s Lexus Dealership Relocating to Metro Center

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Monday, October 1st, 2012 at 4:53pm.

Nashville, Tennessee, has a reputation for begetting some of the world’s greatest musical talents, and now it will gain notoriety for making it possible to purchase some of the planet’s finest cars. This is not conjecture: Lexus have been announced as the utmost reliable brand in the United States 14 times in 17 years, and for the last 10 consecutive years in the UK, according to J.P. Owner Satisfaction Surveys carried out in both countries. Performance aside, the sheer carnal beauty of the Lexus’s lines is jaw-dropping, from concepts such as the 2054 to the sumptuous 2010 LFA. 

Having owned the Nashville site for four years, Lexus is relocating at last to the MetroCenter from its original dealership in Madison, midway between Nashville and Hendersonville. The new premises, located on the corner of I-65 and Rosa Parks Boulevard, measures up at 58,000 square feet interior of sales and service area, nearly 62,000 square feet of alfresco show space too, with 42 service bays included. 

Not only will new, top of the range models be procurable, but also a large selection of formerly owned Lexus’. The service centre will stand by to tend to the needs of any Lexus owner, as well as securing spare parts for owners’ individual needs. And being adjacent to the I-65, this site is not only visible to passing cars but conveniently accessible too. 

With TCP Management Company handling the project, Zenner Group dealing with design and planning, Barge Cauthen and Associates engineering and J.E. Crain and Sons assembling the structure it won’t be a long wait now until Lexus finally moves to Nashville’s metropolis. Job openings could conceivably reach up to 80 positions, boosting Nashville’s economy. Japanese in origin and an exorbitant member of the Toyota family, Lexus is synonymous with luxury and its sedan’s are a delight to handle, so let us hope Lexus Nashville is up and running in time for one and all to test drive the 2013 ES and ES hybrid.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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