A new branch of Ford’s Quick Lane is set to open in Gorton, Greater Manchester.


The newly built site will be operated by dealer group TrustFord. This group is wholly owned by Ford Motor Company, although it does operate as an independent company with its own directors and management structure. 

Quick Lane, which as the name suggests offers fast-fit staples such as batteries, tyres and menu servicing options is one of the newest entrants from the VMs into the world of all-makes service and repair. The first branch opened in 2019 in Reading, followed by another four branches around the country.

The new branch is scheduled to open October 26, 2020.


Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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