The Suburban Collection today announced it will open a brand-new Jaguar Land Rover “Arch” concept store next week at 1815 Maplelawn Drive in the Troy Motor Mall.
The multi-million-dollar facility will be the largest JLR store in metro Detroit and the Midwest.
At more than 60,000 square feet, the newly constructed JLR facility will more than double Suburban’s previous showroom space for Jaguar and Land Rover and provide lot space for some 300 vehicles, including the 2022 Range Rover luxury SUV.
The Arch concept brings both luxury brands under the same roof with a sleek design, shared “sunshine grey’ exterior, and modern décor, providing, in turn a consistent image for Jaguar and Land Rover and its ambition for continued innovation.
“The JLR facility brings new standards in luxury, comfort, and customer service to the region,” says David Fischer Jr., group vice president of The Suburban Collection. “We look forward to presenting Jaguar and Land Rover to car lovers like never before.”
In addition to its expanded product showcase area, Suburban’s new JLR property will feature a larger customer waiting lounge and café as well as a three-lane service area, housing 32 service bays.
With the opening of the new dealership, Suburban plans to hire nearly 10 new employees including sales professionals and service technicians.
Next up in 2022 for Suburban: Plans for a newly constructed Cadillac facility in Plymouth.
The Suburban Collection was established in 1948 when Richard Fischer opened Suburban Motors as a single point Oldsmobile dealership in Birmingham.
Today, the company represents 32 brands at more than 50 locations throughout Michigan and is supported by more than 2,500 team members. These locations, inclusive of dealerships and collision centers, offer a comprehensive array of sales, service, and repair solutions.
In 2021, The Suburban Collection joined Lithia Motors, one of the largest providers of personal transportation solutions in the United States, operating more than 250 dealerships in 22 states.
For more information, visit www.SuburbanCollection.com.