Readman Mowers become Corvus dealers for Yorkshire

Readman Mowers has been appointed the latest Corvus Off-Road Vehicles dealer.

The announcement was made by Phil Everett, MD of BOSS ORV, the Corvus UK distributor just prior to The Great Yorkshire Show.

Readman Mowers become Corvus dealers for Yorkshire

Readman Mowers become Corvus dealers for Yorkshire

Formerly Michael Readman Lawnmower Services, Readman Mowers has been supplying residents of the north with the highest quality lawnmowers, tractors and garden equipment for over ten years. They offer a broad selection across a wide variety of brands which are backed by a complete servicing and repair service.

“We were delighted to announce Readman Mowers as our latest new dealers for Yorkshire.” Says Phil Everett. “The timing was perfect since they were able to spend the first week as a Corvus UTV dealer at the Great Yorkshire Show. There couldn’t be a better way to start selling the Corvus Terrain range throughout the York area.”

The current Terrain range of UTVs comprises the diesel DX4, with the variants DX4 PRO and DX4 CAB, and the EX4, which is 100% electric. A petrol driven version of the Terrain, the mid-size GX 4, is expected in the UK in the latter part of this year. All models offer excellent on and off-road capability with a wide range of features and accessories available including air conditioning. Redman Mowers say they are very pleased to become Corvus dealers and as a small team they can offer the best quality of service and personal customer experience. The Corvus addition alongside their other brands makes an ideal fit for them and their prospective Yorkshire customers.

For more information about the Corvus Terrain range, you can call 01785 561046 E-mail: Web:

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