TCH Ford

Back in 1931, Thomas ‘Cuth’ Harrison opened a small vehicle repair business in Sheffield. Soon, this man of vision and congeniality built a thriving Ford dealership with a wonderful reputation. Today, now coming into its fourth generation of the Harrison family, the company is still managed in-line with Cuth’s ethos of strong traditional values and an implicit belief in total customer satisfaction.

Since the 1930’s, T.C.Harrison has grown into one of the country’s largest privately owned motor groups and one of the leading Ford dealers in the UK. Employing over 500 people, with sites across 16 locations and a focus on continued investment and expansion - our commitment to exceptional levels of service and customer care for over 80 years means that we are perfectly situated to offer everything you need to buy, sell or service your car. 

If you are looking to treat yourself to a brand new Ford then our new car sales team are on hand to advise and help get the best deal on any brand new Ford for you. We also welcome you to take a look at our extensive range of used cars and wide variety of both new and used Ford commercial vehicles in stock, all of which have the latest Ford safety features.

Our T.C.Harrison Ford dealership sites are in Pride Park, Derby, Burton-on-Trent, Peterborough, Huntingdon, Stamford and St Neots, all of which offer sales in new Ford cars, used cars and new and used Ford commercials. We also deliver both new and used vehicles daily across mainland UK, so you can rest assured that we can always cater to your needs.

In addition, as part of our further commitment to our customers, we provide exceptional after-sales services including everything from car servicing and MOT testing to accident repairs and Rapid Fit, while-u-wait repairs. If you need a Ford part we also sell all Ford parts and accessories through our dedicated Ford Parts website at www.tchfordparts.co.uk.

For more information on our dealerships and respective key staff members please visit the Divisional pages.

View the T.C.Harrison Ford site.