WITT BUICK “Muskegon ICON” Now Will Be WITT Sales, Service & Collision Repair.
Muskegon, MI – Witt Buick, one of GM’s oldest dealerships, has sold the Buick franchise to Betten Baker Chevrolet Cadillac GMC in Muskegon.
“While it is sad to see the Witt Buick new car operation come to end, we are grateful the Buick tradition will continue right here in Muskegon,” said Jan Witt, Owner of Witt Buick. “We are so proud of our business’s heritage and are confident in the Betten Baker team’s ability to care for new Buick customers long into the future.”
Witt will continue to operate the pre-owned sales portion from their Downtown Muskegon location. “We are excited to continue the over 100-year tradition of Witt Automotive. We will continue to sell pre-owned vehicles and provide service and collision repair with the same great staff our customers know well,” said Jan Witt.
The new Buick vehicle operation has moved to the Betten Baker Henry Street location. With the Buick addition, this will be one of the few GM dealerships in the United States to offer all GM brands. “We are excited to add the Buick lineup to our GM brand selection. We are so proud to carry on the over 100-year Witt Buick tradition,” said Bryan Betten, Owner of Betten Baker Automotive Group.
“Our goal is to provide Witt Buick customers with the same award-winning customer experience,” said Bryan Betten.
About Betten Baker
Betten Baker celebrates 37 years in business this year and the Auto Group proudly employs over 750 employees. In addition, they have extended their
dealership locations to Coopersville, Twin Lake, Lowell, Grandville, Big Rapids, Allegan, Ludington, Alma, Ithaca, Midland, South Haven, Cadillac, and Hudsonville.
Betten Baker has continued to be a leader in automotive sales in Michigan and will continue this trend into new markets. Their progressive attitude and actions in the community allow them to not only remain a strong Michigan employer, but also help them remain successful in the future by exceeding the needs and expectations of today’s consumers.