C. de Salamanca is a company involved in luxury vehicle distribution, maintenance, repair and sale of nearly new cars in all our dealers in Costa del Sol and Madrid, with a wide range of exhibitions and a staff consisting of more than 150 professionals.
C. de Salamanca offers both advisory services and sale of luxury vehicles. The service and treatment are in keeping with the vehicles for sale.
Besides, C. de Salamanca also offers huge facilities for the Post-sales Service, including repair shops, bodywork garages and warehouses for spare parts and accessories. It also owns highly-qualified equipment and well-trained staff, all having a high degree of skillfulness on each brand.
In the factories located in C. de Salamanca, more than 20,000 automobiles are being serviced and repaired throughout the year, reaching a high degree of satisfaction in our clients.
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