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Terry Holmes Launches Motor Trend Certified in Seven Stores

November 06, 2017

NORCROSS, Ga. — EasyCare announced Terry Holmes Automotive Group’s seven dealerships have been selected to certify their pre-owned vehicles with the exclusive Motor Trend Certified designation.

Motor Trend Certified vehicles meet the highest standards in the pre-owned market, with every vehicle vigorously inspected, upgraded and backed by a Motor Trend Certified seal of approval, plus comprehensive vehicle protection from EasyCare, according to the provider.

Motor Trend Certified dealers are selected and appointed based on their focus on quality and a positive customer experience. They must have a history of excellent customer reviews and outstanding service. Motor Trend Certification allows the Terry Holmes Automotive Group to offer Motor Trend Certified pre-owned vehicles and Motor Trend Certified service in their seven dealerships in South Carolina and Georgia.

“The Motor Trend Certified Program takes the customer buying and service experience to exceptional levels,” said Platform General Manager David Moorhead. “It provides third-party assurance through the trusted and respected Motor Trend brand, and provides additional consumer value on all manufacturer brands we offer.”

Steve Richards, vice president of the program for EasyCare, added: “The Terry Holmes Automotive Group’s strong commitment to South Carolina and Georgia consumers made them a natural choice to be named a Motor Trend Certified dealer.”

The Terry Holmes Automotive Group began offering Motor Trend Certified vehicles in October 2017 at six of their seven dealerships, all in South Carolina, including Island Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Island Premier Luxury Cars, Myrtle Beach Mitsubishi, Nissan of Sumter, Nissan of Orangeburg and Cheraw Chevrolet Buick. The Terry Holmes Automotive Group will offer Motor Trend Certified vehicles this month at its Nashville, Ga., Ford dealership.

For more information on the program, click here.

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