Alexanders was founded in 2005 by lifelong friends Alexander Brimelow and Andrew North. The aim then - and still now - was to do things differently and over the years we've done just that, building an incredibly knowledgeable, award-winning team focused on delivering levels of service we don't think you will find anywhere else.
Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, has been our home from the start, and while we buy and sell cars across the UK, the dealership remains our centre of operations. From our base just a few minutes from the A1 we sell and buy the finest sports, luxury, and premium 4x4 vehicles in the country. Each head-turning car is carefully chosen and meticulously prepared to the exacting standards for which Alexanders has become famous.
Our work isn't done when you leave with your new car, either. We want your whole ownership experience to be the best it can be. We’ll look after your vehicle’s service and maintenance needs for as long as you have it, with a state-of-the-art aftersales centre staffed by some of the industry’s most respected and skilled technicians. Our experienced buyers will help you sell your car when the time comes, too.
Behind every successful business is an incredible team and at Alexanders we’re especially proud of the people who make our operation run like clockwork. From some of the most knowledgeable buyers in the country and our warm, professional sales team, to world-class technicians and experienced and award-winning customer service, accounts and marketing colleagues, we wouldn’t be where we are today without them.
In 2010, we set up Harvey Cooper Cars after Alex's and Andrew's first sons - Harvey and Cooper - our Ripon showroom offers affordable premium cars sourced and readied for customers with the same exceptional levels of care and attention as we do here at Alexanders.
What you can't see is what we do. You'll never see the cars we choose not to stock, or the days we spend detailing the ones we do. You may never appreciate how a sale, to us, is more than just numbers. Knowing that it's the small things that make the difference - whether they're noticed or not.
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