Solihull entrepreneur showcases business in shopping centre

Nick Johnson and Oliver Hammond in Touchwood

Nick Johnson and Oliver Hammond in Touchwood

A Solihull entrepreneur who set up a business which advises people on the best car to buy and aims to secure the best possible deal for them has been showcasing the services it offers in his home town.

Nick Johnson set up MyCarCoach four years ago and since then the business has gone from strength to strength.

The businessman and self-confessed car nut recently staged a promotional display in the Touchwood shopping centre to showcase MyCarCoach.

MyCarCoach aims to offer an easy and hassle-free way for people to buy their next car, by giving them their own personal car expert to source any car they wish at the best possible price, saving them from all the hard work involved.

Experts will also recommend the best new or used car options if would-be buyers are in need of inspiration.

Nick, who has family roots in the North of Ireland, said: “Essentially we work for the customer to get them the best deal possible.

“As an added bonus we protect them from any sales pressure and jargon, which can be off-putting for many when it comes to buying a car.

“We only charge fees that are linked to the negotiated discount, with a price promise that you will always get the best deal.”

Nick, who works in partnership with Oliver Hammond who covers the North of England, added: “We are now in our fourth year and focus on the cities of London, Birmingham and Manchester and are affectionately known as the ‘Kirstie and Phil’ of the car world, providing our clients with the easiest way to buy their next car.

“This was a great opportunity for us to showcase to the people of Solihull just how easy car-buying can be thanks to MyCarCoach.

“Everyone loved and understood the Kirstie and Phil comparison, although we refused to be drawn on who was who!”

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