Bollinger Motors
Bollinger LaFontaine

Bollinger Motors names LaFontaine as first Michigan dealership

Feb. 19, 2024
With this partnership, LaFontaine now has 54 retail franchises and 39 retail locations in its portfolio.

Bollinger Motors Inc., a manufacturer of electric commercial vehicles, has named LaFontaine Automotive Group its first authorized dealer in Lansing and Farmington Hills, Michigan.

“We are thrilled to work with LaFontaine right here in Michigan where we designed, and will build, the B4,” Robert Bollinger, founder and CEO of Bollinger Motors, said. “LaFontaine shares our commitment to quality and customer service.”

The Bollinger B4 chassis cab is a new electric Cass 4 commercial truck designed with fleet and upfitter input. The company anticipates deliveries of the B4 chassis cab to begin in the second half of 2024. 

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According to LaFontaine, the deal brings its portfolio to 54 retail franchises and 39 retail locations, with additional announcements planned later in 2024.   

“Our partnership with Bollinger Motors is a true testament to the dedicated team we have and our commitment to providing our commercial customers a personalized experience that extends far past the sale of the vehicle,” Ryan LaFontaine, CEO of LaFontaine Automotive Group, said. “We focus not only on exceeding customer expectations during the sale, but providing service, repair, parts, and accessories for our customers as well. As we expand our commercial vehicle offering, this partnership aligns with our long-term vision of growth and expansion, allowing us to serve a broader customer base and strengthen our strategically located presence across Michigan.”

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