By Marta Macedo Sunday, 30th October 2022 0 Comments Corvus All Around: Two New Dealers For Corvus 4×4 UTVs Now that Corvus’ newest 4×4 UTV has officially been launched in the UK market, Boss ORV continues to build up a network of dealers across the nation, and two more companies have just joined the list. Corvus has been making waves for a few years now as Europe’s first manufacturer of off-road and homologated 4×4 utility vehicles (UTVs) and 2022 has been a particularly exciting year for the innovative brand. Having just launched their first 100% electric UTV in the British market just last month, the EX4 UTV, Corvus is definitely the name on everyone’s mouths. From agricultural workers to off-road enthusiasts, the EX4 is the new shiny toy leaving everyone’s eyes glued to its cargo box – which is casually capable of transporting up to 300kg! The best part, however, is that you can now find Corvus UTVs much more easily. In the continuing expansion of their dealer network, Boss ORV, the sole distributor of Corvus UTVs in the UK, has appointed two new Corvus dealers, David Taylor Garages and Campey Turf Care. David Taylor Garages has been a constant presence in Crickhowell, Wales since the 1960’s, where the business grew and expanded to include haulage, recovery and several petrol stations. All three of David Taylor’s children joined the business and, in 1988 in a bid to raise money for charity, Gene and his brother Scott, with a travel journalist, drove from John O’Groats to Land’s End in an Isuzu – this is widely believed to be the first time a 4×4 did this trip, making it all the more impressive. Boss ORV Managing Director, Phil Everett, comments: “We are delighted to welcome our second dealer in Wales and extremely excited to have someone join the Corvus network with such a reputation for customer service in this region. Really looking forward to working with Gene, Chris, Katherine and all the team at David Taylor’s.” If you’re thinking that Gene’s Isuzu story can’t be beaten for coincidences, though, you’d better think again, because Corvus arrived in Cheshire to coincide with the opening of the Campey Turf Care retail premises in Bosley, Cheshire. Richard Campey originally detected an untapped market when he realised there was a role for a specialist supplier of high-quality purpose-built equipment that would enable turf managers to meet the increased demands placed on modern sports turf surfaces. The business has now grown to be one of the leading UK’s independent distributors, with machinery available throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and the USA. Phil comments once more: “I’m excited to announce our latest Corvus dealer partner is Campey Turf Care. It’s great to have Richard, John and all the team join us at this exciting time in our development. Their expertise in the Groundcare market combined with our developing product line-up makes for a dynamic combination.” Both dealers will be stocking the Corvus Terrain range of side-by-side 4×4 utility vehicles, including the exciting new 100% electric Terrain EX4. An electric 4×4 capable of successfully tackling the toughest working days thanks to its off-road capabilities, the Terrain EX4 boasts an engine with 13kW AC induction 48V motor capable of hauling a payload capacity of 620kg – making it ideal for transportation of heavy goods or equipment through windy, irregular paths. To find out more about the Corvus range, check out the brand’s website, where you can gawk at the sheer beauty of the beast that is the EX4. If you’re looking to find out where you can see one of these beauties in person, however, check out Boss ORV’s website, where you’ll find a complete list of authorised Corvus dealers in the UK. Are electric UTVs really the future of off-road? Or will fuel never be abandoned? Get in touch in the comments below and let us know what you think. Post navigation Previous Post Tradespeople Lose Almost £1,500 A Week If They Are Unable To Use Their Van Next Post Learn How To Prevent Cyber Attacks On Your Business With BHETA’s Webinar Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.