Arabian Automobiles Company reports record sales
Arabian Automobiles Company (AAC) has recorded its highest-ever sales, in the wake of introducing its new models for 2004/05 as well as key Dubai Shopping Festival promotions.
AAC General Manager Mr. Michel Ayat said: “With many of the 10 new models now launched, 2005 has already become a landmark year for the leading Nissan dealership in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, as our showrooms have been crammed with customers all vying to be among the first to own a stylish new Nissan vehicle.”
The January record sales follow the recent launches of a range of new models including the legendary 350Z, the new Altima, Sunny, the ever-popular Nissan Patrol, the spacious Armada and the trendiest cross over, Nissan Murano.
A concerted advertising campaign and talk-of-the-town launch events, including two key promotions in recent weeks have added to the record demand and sales.
The enticing “Instant Cash; Lowest Interest Rates” promotion currently in AAC showrooms offers shoppers a chance to win major cash prizes with every Nissan car, plus a special interest rate as low as 3.3%.
“Each year ACC plans great DSF promotions to meet the growing success of DSF and the growing expectations of DSF shoppers and those planning to buy Nissan cars. We pour all our efforts in transforming this already special month in to a memorable experience with our special prizes and promotions,” said Mr. Ayat.
He added: “Customers will have even more to look forward to in the year ahead with the launch of the family Armada and Infiniti range of cars during 2005.”
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