Mountain View Auto Group Family To Open Hyundai Dealership In Ringgold

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
The Mountain View family is expanding their dealership group by adding another store, Mountain View Hyundai, to Ringgold. Mountain View Auto Group is operating eight other dealerships in the East Tennessee/North Georgia area: Mountain View Chevy, Ford, Lincoln, Nissan, and Mountain View @153 and Pandora Motor Sports, all located in Chattanooga, Nissan of Dalton located in Dalton, and a Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram store located in Ringgold.  
 
General Manager LeBron Clark stated, “We’re very excited to have two dealerships in Ringgold.
Now we have double the opportunities to provide Ringgold and the surrounding communities with exceptional price, selection and, above all, outstanding service. Our team is eager to share their knowledge and enthusiasm. Come out and see us.” 
 
Mountain View Auto Group acquired Pye Hyundai and is the only Hyundai dealership in North Georgia. The store relocated from Dalton to 7154 Nashville St. in Ringgold. Mountain View Hyundai’s sales department is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. The service department is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and their certified service technicians are equipped to service all vehicle makes and models. 
 
General Sales Manager Gavin Stewart said, “Opening a second Mountain View dealership here in Ringgold is especially meaningful to me, being from around here. Our number one priority is to treat each customer like a part of the Mountain View family. We look forward to being your go-to dealership for all you Hyundai needs.” 
 

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