Lithia & Driveway celebrates the grand opening of its Driveway store in Portland tonight

  • Oregonautomotive group with more than 75 years of customer focus, opens its first single-price store model in Portland

MEDFORD, Oregon., November 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lithia & Driveway’s (NYSE:LAD) convenient and seamless way for consumers to buy, finance and sell vehicles online has announced the official opening of Driveway’s first physical store in Portland, OR. The store establishes a physical presence for Driveway’s traditional digital platform to further advance consumer optionality while modernizing the vehicle ownership experience.

Driveway Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram’s Portland allows consumers to discover a new way to buy a vehicle while having fun. Thanks to an innovative and newly renovated showroom, consumers can comfortably research vehicles independently with knowledgeable experts nearby. Driveway’s consumer-centric strategy prioritizes customer experience through a one-price, hassle-free model.

“Our Driveway Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram store is the physical embodiment of our omnichannel solution,” said Bryan DeBoer, President and CEO of Lithia & Driveway. “This new store model provides consumers with a seamless and engaging experience, whether online, in-person, or a combination of the two.”

Driveway Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram’s Portland is located at 633 NE 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97232.

About Lithia & Driveway (LAD):

LAD is a growing company focused on the profitable consolidation of the world’s largest retail industry. North America by providing personal transportation solutions where, when and how consumers want them.

Sites
www.lithia.com
www.drivewaycdjrportland.com
www.investors.lithiadriveway.com
www.lithiacareers.com
www.driveway.com
www.greencars.com
www.drivewayfinancecorp.com

Lithia & Allée on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/LithiaMotors
https://www.facebook.com/DrivewayHQ

Lithia & Driveway on Twitter
https://twitter.com/lithiamotors

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