Vanderhall Motorworks, a manufacturer of three-wheeled vehicles, has added nine new dealerships to its dealer network — increasing its circulation to total 41 dealers across the country, the company announced in a press release.
Provo, Utah-based Vanderhall was founded in 2010 and constructed its first model in 2015. Formerly, the manufacturer only sold its vehicles at independent dealerships, but it expanded its network to franchised dealerships after developing new vehicle models. The nine new dealerships are located in Chicago, California, Washington, New Jersey, Pennsylvania Florida, and Utah.
The goal of adding more dealers to Vanderhall is to “assist in growing overall company sales while better serving our owners,” said Chief Executive Steve Hall. Today, most people living in a major metropolitan area will be in close range to a Vanderhall dealership — giving more access to a broader range of consumers.
Hall attributes Vanderhall’s successful expansion to the “continued commitment” to customers. “It is just one of the many reasons our company is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing powersports brands in the industry,” he said.
Also, Vanderhall dealers will have access to an expanded product line in 2018. In addition to the Venice roadster and Laguna, more new Vanderhall models will appear at dealerships in Q4 2018. Vanderhall plans to add the brand-new Venice Speedster and the all-electric Vanderhall Edison² as well as another yet-to-be-revealed model to its dealership model lineups in the U.S.