About Us

Ian Grieve, based in Falkirk, look after the Jeep, Subaru, Isuzu and Suzuki brands in Stirlingshire, Scotland. From the purchase of a new car, to replacing your indicator bulb, Ian Grieve can look after all your requirements.

Ian Grieve was established in 1991 by Ian Grieve who is still involved in the business but today the company is run by his two sons Alastair and Adam. Why not visit our meet the team page to see our range of experienced staff?

At Ian Grieve we believe in the TLC approach as opposed to the PLC approach of big dealer groups, by this we mean that we believe in treating customers the way we would like to be treated ourselves. Our aim is to look after you and make sure you keep coming back.

To reinforce this approach if I can help with anything please call me direct on 01324 440 270 and you will get straight through to me Adam Grieve.

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Why buy from Ian Grieve?

Is a family owned business started in 1991. We understand that buying a car has changed dramatically in recent years, we continue to invest in our staff and new technologies to ensure that we deliver the best service possible. We are very passionate about what we do and love the brands that we represent, we are honest and straight forward, taking great pride in the level of service that we deliver. We really believe in the importance of a proper test drive and we want you to put our products to the test if that means towing a Horse box in a muddy field then no problem. We encourage 24 Hour test drives so that you can properly get to know your potential new purchase.

Used cars come with a minimum 6 months warranty, a minimum 6 months MOT Test Certificate, and a minimum 3mm tread on all tyres. We’re all about TLC, not PLC. We will look after you and your vehicle, treating you like part of the Ian Grieve family.

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