Westco BMW rides high

The Weekend Post - Motoring - - CRUISE CONTROL -

WESTCO Mo­tors has been named best ru­ral BMW mo­tor­cyle dealer in Aus­tralia .

BMW Group Aus­tralia has an­nounced the Newell St deal­er­ship as 2016 BMW Mo­tor­rad Aus­tralia Ru­ral Dealer of the Year.

It’s back to back awards for the fam­ily owned busi­ness, which also picked up the gong last year.

Westco BMW was es­tab­lished in 1990 with the ad­di­tion of BMW bikes in 2001. It op­er­ates from a stand alone show­room, ser­vice and parts cen­tre at West­court.

Dealer-prin­ci­pal Chris King said he was proud to win the award again.

“The con­tin­ued success of Westco Mo­tors BMW rides on the back of our long stand­ing re­la­tion­ships with a loyal customer base,” he said.

“That cou­pled with the ul­ti­mate in rid­ing ma­chines, a se­cond-to-none life­style in the Far North and some of the best places to ride, is a sure-fire for­mula for success.”

Sales man­ager David Avery said cus­tomers favoured the BMW GS range.

“These mod­els re­ally suit our re­gion and rider’s needs with all-round ca­pa­bil­ity and ver­sa­til­ity,” he said.

“The BMW S 1000 range is of­fer­ing a new and class lead­ing bike in three styles of Track, Tour­ing and Road­ster.

“An­other pop­u­lar choice with the Table­land and rangerid­ing we have in Far North Queens­land is the new range of BMW Her­itage bikes tack­ling the cafe-racer scene: R NineT, R NineT Scram­bler, R NineT Pure and R NineT Ur­ban.

“These bikes are aimed at the life­style mar­ket such as Har­ley David­son and are gain­ing sales mo­men­tum as the model range ex­pands.

“We ex­pect to re­lease the all new BMW G 310R midyear.

“This is aimed squarely at new riders with its qual­ity and light­weight de­sign and learner ap­proved mo­tor­cy­cle class seg­ment (LAMs).”

Pic­tured above is the BMW team at Westco (from left) Rochelle Vi­tul­skis, Den­nis Sni­jders, Mal Aud­s­ley, Will Lam­ber­ton and David Avery.

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