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Lewis Reed is delighted to announce that it has received recognition as one of only three official Volkswagen WAV converters in UK.
To achieve this certification from Volkswagen, Lewis Reed underwent an extensive audit to ensure it complied with Volkswagen’s Commercial and Technical Standards all of which it passed with flying colours. Covering all aspects of the conversion process from the initial design and build through to after-sales support the Volkswagen audit ensures every converted vehicle meets the exceptional standards for which all Volkswagen vehicles are synonymous.
Lewis Reed has converted a wide range of Volkswagen’s over the last 18 years and now also convert the Mercedes-Benz V-Class and Vito and Seat Alhambras. High quality unique conversions and style are what sets Lewis Reed apart from the competition and have made the company so successful in the wheelchair accessible vehicle market and is at the centre of the Lewis Reed ethos.
Peter Scullion, Managing Director of Lewis Reed commented:
Everyone here at Lewis Reed is delighted to have received this accreditation from Volkswagen. We all take great pride in every vehicle conversion we complete and the difference it makes to people’s quality of life, and this latest recognition is the latest in a long list of approvals we have received from many leading vehicle manufacturers over the years.
Lewis Reed currently offers a portfolio of five Volkswagen vehicles, the Caddy life, Caddy Maxi, Caravelle, Shuttle and Transporter Cruiser MKIII with each model having its own unique features and benefits.
Should you be interested in learning more about how Lewis Reed can help you, please either give us a call on 0151 343 5360, or by filling in the contact form below.
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