Looking for a car? Look no further than Central Motors

Looking for a car? Look no further than Central Motors

Central Motors Mohill are main dealers for new Opel cars , Opel light commercials and Fiat commercial vehicles

Central Motors Mohill, established in 1972 are main dealers for new Opel cars , Opel light commercials and Fiat commercial vehicles.

We stock a large selection of Network Q approved Irish owned used cars.

Our Network Q used car programme is one of the most comprehensive used car and van programmes available in Ireland. With Network Q we guarantee quality, service and carefree motoring.

Our Irish owned used cars come with our Network Q promise, mileage and history guaranteed, 114 point check, 12 month unlimited mileage warranty, 12 month roadside assistance, home start, NCT promise and much more.

Central Motors Irish owned approved used cars where complete peace of mind will come as standard.

Car and van finance is available across our range of new and used cars and vans. We are an authorized credit intermediary dealing with all major banks and financial institutions.

Our finance process is fast with approval in just 1 hour ,our manufacturer approved workshop facility opens 6 days a week servicing all makes and models in both cars and vans. your vehicle will be in the hands of highly trained manufacturer trained gold star technicians, utilising the very latest Opel and Fiat diagnostic equipment.

To view our range of new and used vehicles call 071 96 31013 or visit www.centralmotors.ie

Our opening times are Monday to Saturday 9am until 6pm.

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