Long Automotive Group currently has two locations providing the best combination of sales and service in the luxury and mainstream vehicle markets.
Long Cadillac (1927-Present)
Long Subaru (2004-Present)
We are the oldest continually-owned Cadillac dealership in the country, a testament to competence, respect and taking seriously the mandate to do things right. We invite you to come enjoy decades of platinum-level experience.
Our state-of-the-art facility and quality of service has been a winner of the prestigious GM Standards for Excellence every year for the past 17 years. We owe our success to our leadership and the many staffers who have been with the Long family for over 30 years. At Long Cadillac, we are determined to provide you with the best possible purchasing and ownership experience.
Our dedicated sales staff and top-trained technicians are here to make your auto shopping experience fun and easy for those seeking an affordable car loan or lease. We guarantee that your relationship with us will be one that you will gladly tell your friends and family about.
One of the joys of working in a small community is how quickly we can respond to local needs. Long Subaru is a long-time supporter of the Webster-Dudley Boys & Girls Club, Webster-Dudley Food Share, Webster-Charlton-Dudley School Departments, and much more!
218 Turnpike Road
Southborough, MA 01772
General Manager: Leo Tahajian
7 Sutton Road
Webster, MA 01570
Executive Manager: Scott Barry
R.H. Long Motor Co.
Now headed by third and fourth generation family members, Long Automotive Group has a long-reaching history. Originally formed as R.H.Long Motor Co. in 1922, the company produced the Bay State automobile built completely in Massachusetts for four years. Marketed as 'a quality car at a reasonable price', the Bay State was available as a coupe, a sedan, and a touring model. Production was done in two factories, both of which still stand today. The Framingham factory (59 Fountain Street), originally part of the R.H. Long Shoe Manufacturer's holdings, was converted to automobile production after World War I. Today, it is the Bancroft Building housing a community of local artisans. The Worcester factory (67 Millbrook Street) was purpose built in 1920 by Mr. Long as part of a million dollar investment. Often still referred to as 'the old Thom McAn building', as it served as that company's world headquarters from 1965 to 1996, today it is the recently refurbished Worcester Business Center.
R.H. Long Motor Sales Co. opened as a Cadillac dealership in 1927. Over the years it expanded adding a GMC franchise in 1929, Pontiac distributorship in 1931, and Oldsmobile in the early 90's. Interestingly, the Long family also held one of the first Subaru dealership in the country during the 1960s. More recently both Hummer (2002-2010) and Saab (2007-2010) were part of the current Southborough location until their respective liquidations.
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