Pendragon joined the market when the vehicle dealership division of Williams PLC was de-merged in 1989. Since then it has expanded considerably through a series of new builds and acquisitions, and now represents over 20 automotive brands in the UK and the USA. Its largest representations are with Ford and Vauxhall, while its specialist marques range from Ferrari to Mercedes-Benz.
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