Mahmoudia Motors and Chopard Jewlery provide New Jaguar Owners with Special Offer
Mahmoudia Motors, one of the leading automotive groups for premium car brands in Jordan, is presenting its customers with a complimentary piece of jewerly from Chopard with the purchase of any Jaguar XJ, XF or XK bought during the holy month of Ramadan.
Amer Bajjali, Jaguar Brand Manager at Mahmoudia Motors, stated, "What makes Jaguar cars special and desirable are the stunning designs, exceptional performance, high levels of efficiency and the luxurious finish that have established them as one of the most desirable premium car brands in the world. This month, we added one more special feature to the Jaguar to make it even more luxurious and exquisite—a complimentary and exclusive piece of jewelry from Chopard."
Mahmoudia Motors recently unveiled the all-new Jaguar XJ introducing a daring new spirit to automotive luxury with a sleek, sporting and sophisticated design combined with breathtaking performance and advanced engineering. Building on the success of the new XK and XF models, the introduction of the all-new XJ is a landmark for the revitalised Jaguar brand. Clearly positioned as the company's four-door flagship, it extends the appeal of the XJ to a new generation of customers.
Another recent addition to the Jaguar line up is the XF model which fuses sports car styling and performance with the refinement, features and space of a luxury saloon. The XF provides an invigorating combination of exquisite craftsmanship and luxurious finishes – rich wood veneers with aluminium and supple leather – executed in a thoroughly fresh and contemporary way.
The exhilarating Jaguar XK completes the line up, combining Jaguar's legendary performance, with advanced technologies and sporting luxury to create a grand tourer with the heart and soul of a sports car. The XK is one of the most technologically advanced and luxurious cars ever made.
The Mahmoudia Motors' Jaguar showroom is located in Wadi Saqra and is open six days a week during Ramadan from 9:00 a.m. until 3 p.m., and after iftar from from 9:30 pm until 11:30 pm.