Trident Honda remains very much a family business at heart and being a family business means that we have a heart. This can be seen from the way in which we look after our staff and customers, Trident Honda enjoys enviably low staff turnover, as well as having industry-leading customer satisfaction.View all job vacancies Continue Reading
We are delighted to introduce our new Aftersales Controller, Mark Holman, who joined us in December. Mark joins our service reception team in a new role that we have created in response to our expanding customer base.
We asked Mark to introduce himself:Continue Reading
We are delighted to introduce our new service advisor, Brandon Rensburg, who joined us in October this year. Brandon joins Alex and James on our service reception team, following Charlotte's departure in September, when she left to follow her passion for motorsport.
We asked Brandon to tell us something of himself…Continue Reading
Trident Honda has been the main sponsor for the event every year since its inception 12 years ago. This year we again had two teams competing in the event - The Trident Honda Otters, and between them managed 261 lengths, up from 224 last year.Continue Reading
Paul Barnett, Honda Sales Executive, retires today from Trident Honda, after 11 years service.Continue Reading
We are delighted to announce that our parts supervisor, Martin Williams, completed his 30th year of service on Wednesday.
Martin joined us in 1989 at the age of 30, recruited to the role of Senior Parts Person, under our parts supervisor Ian Essex. At the time our managing director was still our founder - Michael Roberts, and Trident Honda was an Austin Rover main dealer selling Austin Metro, Maestro, Montego, Rover 200 (based on the Honda Ballade) and the new Rover 800 (based on the Honda Legend). Trident Honda had celebrated its 25th anniversary in the previous year.
My interview was with MR (Michael Roberts) and afterwards he brought me down and introduced me to Ian. Ian and myself were very similar in attitude and outlook and we got on straight from the start.
Martin recollects his first day:Continue Reading
Established in 1963 by Michael Roberts, Trident Honda is today managed by his sons - Richard is our managing director, Christopher is our finance and IT director and James is our director of used car operations.Continue Reading
We are delighted to introduce our new service advisor, Charlotte Cawser, who joined us in September. Charlotte joins Alex Russell and James Lewis on our service reception team, following Sean Beagley's departure in August to join the church.
We asked Charlotte to briefly introduce herself:Continue Reading
We are delighted to introduce our new sales executive, Mike Emery, who joined us in August.
We asked Mike to briefly introduce himself:
I joined my last position as sales executive for Honda in 2015. I enjoy working in the motor trade, it's more about people than you might imagine - doing the right job and matching people to the right car. I decided to apply to join Trident Honda, because of their reputation in both service and sales aspects, and their clear Company mantra of Customer First!
The Swimathon was opened by Cllr Will Forster, Mayor of Woking, and Rotary President Richard Sanderson early on Sunday morning and teams of 6 people arrived throughout the day to make their charitable contribution swimming as many pool lengths as they could over 55 minutes.
Trident Honda has been the main sponsor for the event every year since its inception 11 years ago. This year we also had two teams competing in the event - The Trident Honda Otters: one team comprising Louise Vincer, Erin Dethick, Finn Dethick and Peter Vincer, managed 110 lengths of the pool; the other team comprising Chris Monk, Mathew Brough, Justin Creber and Charlotte Cawser, managed 114 lengths of the pool.Continue Reading