Visauto, Mercedes-Benz experts who focus on full-client satisfaction
Visauto is a car dealership that has experienced continuous growth since their doors first opened in Alcoy, Spain back in April of 1992 as an official Mercedes-Benz distributor. The company prides itself on delivering unrivalled services
Visauto is a car dealership that has experienced continuous growth since their doors first opened in Alcoy, Spain back in April of 1992 as an official Mercedes-Benz distributor.
The company prides itself on delivering unrivalled services and products that meet the highest standards.
In 2007, Visauto expanded into Cocentaina with a huge 8,000-square-metre area to permanently showcase hundreds of new and used automobiles for all pockets and tastes.
Two years later, in 2009, they opened a new dealership in Denia in order to maintain the levels of service at their highest levels. And in 2010, Visauto increased services to include an experienced body shop and painting equipment.
Committed to Quality
Quality in products and services is key at Visauto which is why we are updating our systems and processes continuously basing our commitment on the quality and management norm dubbed ISO 9001.
“Our objective is to guarantee that each and every one of our clients is fully satisfied,” Visauto says on their website.
“We have the best professionals ready to fulfil all your automobile related needs.”
The specialists at Visauto are trained to help you decide on the best automobile or service for you.
“We also provide an expert post-sale and personalised services and in order to achieve this, we have the latest technologies to service, diagnose and repair your Mercedes.
“At Visauto we make protecting the environment our priority.”
They fully comply with the system for certification known as the Environmental Management ISO 14001, which is crucial for minimising pollution and any other environmental impact their operations may have.
“We have installed a photovoltaic plant that generates enough energy to fully operate our five branches, including Benissa, Cocentaina, Denia, Real de Gandía and Xátiva.”