Volkswagen dealer Al Nabooda Automobiles sets all-time sales record in UAE
In that regard, Al Nabooda Automobiles today announces a sales record for Volkswagen, in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, of 1,349 vehicles sold during the first half of 2012, eclipsing the same period in 2011 by 35 percent.
Al Nabooda Automobiles remains the largest Volkswagen dealer in the Middle East achieving 24 percent of total regional sales in the first half of 2012.
Al Nabooda Automobilesâ€™ results were buoyed by the strong performance of both Tiguan and Touareg models and the iconic Golf GTI, with its legion of loyal fans in the UAE, has also proved to be a high performer in the first quarter of 2012.
â€œThis latest sales record reinforces the Volkswagen brandâ€™s position i
Seys added â€œIn 2012, Al Nabooda Automobiles will continue to gain a significant share of the market with the opening of two new facilities in Fujairah and Sharjah, as well as the introduction of the eagerly awaited Passat and Polo in Dubai and the Northern Emirates markets.
â€œOur new showroom in Fujairah will open in the third quarter of 2012, and weâ€™re anticipating this to further strengthen what is already an excellent start to 2012.â€?
With the 7th generation of the VW Golf best-seller to be launched this September at the Paris Motor Show it is expected that more VW sales records in the Middle East will be announced soon.
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