Oct 27 2010
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nasser bin khaled automobiles' mercedes-benz pre-owned vehicleswebsite goes live
Doha, 27 October 2010: The NBK Automobiles ' Mercedes-Benz pre-owned vehicles website is now live. The visually-enhanced, multi-purpose website comes to complete the comprehensive Mercedes-Benz experience for customers in Qatar and provides the latest information and data on the models, buying process, points of sale and after-sale and promotions.
This exclusive site www.qatar.mb-usedcars.com is run by UK's Motor Track which also manages the websites for Mercedes-Benz in the United Kingdom, United States and Australia.
Khaled Shaa'ban, General Manager of NBK Automobiles said: "At NBK Automobiles , we continuously look for ideas that help enhance our customers' experience with their favorite brand. A global iconic name the caliber of Mercedes-Benz warrants full exposure and a comprehensive interface with prospects and clients, therefore, a new website which is particularly dedicated to one facet of the business is mandatory. The website is very user-friendly with great visuals and a wealth of data that makes buyer's experiences all the more exciting."
NBK Automobiles Mercedes-Benz Used Car Unit Manager, Rod Thomason, added: "Our vehicles are photographed by a motor-specialist in our own studio and customers can view over 10 detailed pictures of each vehicle while reading full specification details. Under the Mercedes-Benz Proven Exclusivity approved used cars programme our customers are guaranteed that all of our vehicles have been comprehensively checked by factory trained technicians and come with a minimum one-year warranty. All vehicles have GCC specifications, with the advantages of low mileage, are under five years old and even have roadside assistance, thus giving our customers assured quality and peace of mind as would be expected with the Mercedes-Benz brand."
Qatar Automobiles Company
Launched in 1970 by the late Sheikh Nasser Bin Khaled Al Thani, Qatar Automobiles Company ( QAC ) is the exclusive dealer of Mitsubishi Motors and Mitsubishi Fuso Trucks and Buses in Qatar. Since its inception, QAC has emerged as one of the strongest and most trusted automobile trading companies in the region, offering private and corporate auto services and original spare parts.
In a little over 35 years, QAC has acquired a large customer base. It comprises three showrooms, located on Salwa Road, Duhail and Ras Abu Abboud, together with four after-sales service centers and three original spare parts workshops conveniently located across Doha. Additionally, QAC is opening a new state-of-the art showroom, also situated on Salwa road.
QAC 's innovations in the saloon car and 4x4 market has led the company to win a multitude of international awards from Mitsubishi Motors and Mitsubishi FUSO, including "Best Sales Award for 2003", "Best Performance Award in the Middle East for 2003", "Record Annual Sales Award for 2004", "One of the Best Dealers for 2004", and "One of the Best Dealers in the Middle East for 2005". Consecutively, in 2005 and 2006, QAC was awarded by MMC for achieving record annual sales. In 2009, QAC was also recognized as the ME's best sales achiever for its record results in 2008 and bagged a prestigious sales titles for its historical performance by FUSO. Due to its excellent service, Qatar Automobiles Company is the main vehicle provider for ministries, governmental organizations and oil and gas companies.
Today, QAC is considered to be among the key players in Qatar's rapid growth. QAC 's vital role can be seen in its continuous support to sports, which includes sponsoring rally championships, equestrian championships, tennis, marine sports and others. Such activities are in line with QAC 's commitment to enhance the country's socio-economic progress and help lead it towards brighter horizons.
For more information, please contact:
Hala Kassab/Aileen Andojar
Asda'a Burson-Marsteller, Qatar
T: +974 4 4351 113
F: +974 4 4351 511
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