The dealer of the Eindhoven Jaguar and Land Rover Automobielbedrijf Cito will immediately take the seller of the Jaguar and Land Rover The Adventure in Den Bosch. Both companies confirm this with Cars. Owner Peet van Herpen will remain at this time to oversee the change. Van Herpen previously sold his interest in Jaguar and Land Rover Maastricht.
Cito car company, part of the Van Laarhoven Holding family, has been a Jaguar and Land Rover dealer for more than 50 years, The Adventure has been representing the brands since 2009.
Marissa van Laarhoven, director of Automobielbedrijf Cito, calls The Adventure “a good and stable family business with a good reputation and a loyal customer base in Den Bosch and surrounding areas. This acquisition creates a group of Jaguar and Land Rover dealers with a large market area. South-Netherlands with the utmost care for quality and service, which is exactly what Jaguar and Land Rover customers expect.
The adoption of The Adventure has no effect on employees. The company will also remain located in its current location in Den Bosch. Van Laarhoven also works in Den Bosch with his BMW retailer companies.
Cito car company is part of Van Laarhoven Holding. The family business has been around since 1929, has more than 375 employees and, along with the Jaguar and Land Rover, represents the Rolls-Royce, McLaren, Aston Martin, BMW and Mini brands. BMW and Mini operations are part of a joint venture with Pala Group, one of the largest commercial companies in the Netherlands.
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