Published On: Wed, Jan 29th, 2014 on 7:06 pm

A move well done for Bradford motor supplier

Maxwize Motors

The current premises of Maxwize Motors was greatly renovated

Maxwize Motors

Founder Mazar Iqbal is enjoying great business at Maxwize Motors

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A motor accessories supplier based in Bradford has been growing strength to strength ever since it was founded in 2002.

Maxwize Motors, located on Otley Road in Bradford, started off operating from a small shop down the road from where it is today, but it soon outgrew the original premises.

After extensive work on renovation and development was completed five years ago, Maxwize Motors now features a large car park, it’s very own warehouse downstairs and a large accessory shop.

Founder Mazar Iqbal – who has been in the motor trade since he was 15 – played a pivotal role in establishing the motor supplier.

He told the Yorkshire Standard: “We moved here about five years and since then we’ve been growing stronger and stronger day by day. We’ve been successful ever since we moved out.

“A lot of places are struggling, but we’re doing very good. We’re finding new customers, keeping a hold of our customers, and giving them good service. These days, people have no time to waste running around. If they need anything, we’ll have it.”

Maxwize Motors offers a host of car accessories for all makes and models of cars and light vans including items from top brands such as Meguiars, Auyoglym, Magic Tree, T-cut, and Color Magic.

The company is also a member of the United Aftermarket Network (UAN), which is a dedicated buying group for motor factors, making Maxwize Motors a key competitor against large multi-branch factors.

To find out more about Maxwize Motors, visit

About the Author

Hasan Faridi

- Hasan is the founder and editor-in chief of the Yorkshire Standard. A BA Hons graduate from the University of Huddersfield, he has over four years of experience in newspapers, magazines and radio.

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