Charles Hurst Expands Motorcycle Specialism with Acquisition of Belfast Honda

Charles Hurst Group, Northern Ireland’s biggest automotive retailer, has expanded its motorcycle offering with the acquisition of Belfast Honda.

Belfast Honda Motorcycles will continue to trade from its current address on Prince Regent Road until it moves to a purpose-built showroom within Charles Hurst’s Boucher Road complex in early 2017. The acquisition and planned new showroom will see the business retain the operational staff currently employed.

Colin McNab, Operations Director, Charles Hurst, said the acquisition represented an important investment for the growing business:

“We are delighted to welcome Belfast Honda Motorcycles to the Charles Hurst Group. The business is a fantastic addition to our range and offers a great extension of our existing motorcycle offering which currently includes both Yamaha and BMW retail units.

“Charles Hurst is committed to offering our customers the highest quality vehicles with the best customer service possible and the acquisition of Belfast Honda will enable us to continue to deliver on that promise.”

This is the latest in a series of major investments Charles Hurst Group has made in recent months including the opening of its new £500,000 BMW Motorrad retail unit on the main Boucher Road complex.

Belfast Honda Motorcycles is Northern Ireland’s leading Honda motorcycle retailer. The showroom stocks the full Honda range of new motorcycles and scooters, as well as a large range of used motorcycles, accessories and clothing. The retail unit also boasts a fully-equipped workshop complete with the latest diagnostic equipment and a team of manufacturer-trained Honda technicians.

Charles Hurst Group is Northern Ireland’s largest automotive retailer, representing 20 automotive brands across seven sites, offering customers across Ireland the most comprehensive choice of new and used vehicles, parts and servicing.

Founded in 1911, its headquarters are located in Belfast on a 20-acre retail site, making it the largest automotive park in Europe.