EDMONTON, ALTA. – AutoCanada is apparently still bullish on Chrysler with the announcement this week it has reached an agreement to purchase Airdrie Chrysler from Larry McCook, Brad Styner and Jolayne Leger
Airdrie Chrysler in Airdrie, Alta. was founded 40 years ago. The dealership operates from a facility that boasts an eight-car showroom and 20 service bays.
In 2014, the dealership retailed 935 new vehicles and 704 used vehicles. The transaction is subject to approval of the manufacturer and is expected to close 30 days following such approval.
“Airdrie Chrysler has a long and successful history in Airdrie and we look forward to continuing its storied tradition,” stated Tom Orysiuk, AutoCanada president and CEO.
“Airdrie Chrysler is located just minutes away from Calgary, and expands upon our current eight dealership Calgary platform.”
AutoCanada is one of Canada's largest dealership groups. It currently operates 48 franchised dealerships comprised of 56 franchises in eight provinces and has over 3,400 employees.
In 2014, the group sold approximately 57,000 vehicles and processed approximately 786,000 service and collision repair orders in 822 service bays.