The Luther Automotive Group

Group news: Stores to be completed in summer, Nissan Kia adds stalls

Coming later this summer, Luther Brookdale Volkswagen will be as tall as its Burnsville counterpart, and bring the brightness of its white frame design to Brooklyn Boulevard near Interstate 694.

Coming later this summer, Luther Brookdale Volkswagen will be as tall as its Burnsville counterpart, and bring the brightness of its white frame design to Brooklyn Boulevard near Interstate 694.

With two new buildings slated to open by late summer and improvements completed or underway at multiple stores, Luther Automotive is busy making improvements to better serve its team members and customers.
From north to south, Luther’s highest concentration areas, along Brooklyn Boulevard in Brooklyn Center and near the Bloomington I-494 strip, will soon see brand new stores for Brookdale Volkswagen and Infiniti of Bloomington, explains Linda McGinty, who manages properties for Luther Auto.
Also at Brookdale, the Chevrolet store is revising its service drive to add another lane and upgrading the store to GM’s latest image program.  The 60-bay shop is busy, and complements a smaller shop next door serving primarily Buick and GMC customers.
Brookdale Chevrolet received new mens and womens locker rooms and a remodeled break room, as well.  New finishes and plumbing helped to update the facility, McGinty explained.  The GM Buick store will also receive image upgrades in the showroom and service drive aisle.

Luther Nissan Kia changed its service drive area, adding a wall behind advisors to bring two new stalls to the busy operation.

Luther Nissan Kia changed its service drive area, adding a wall behind advisors to bring two new stalls to the busy operation.

In the southeast, Luther Nissan Kia added two service bays by building a wall in its service drive, bumping up its overall capacity by 20 percent.
At Hopkins Honda, the shop expansion is complete and the customer lounge was updated and expanded.  Some walls and vending machines were removed for a more open floor plan.

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