Al Majid Motors Company opens a fabulous Kia showroom in Al Fujairah

Shifted the showroom to new site with state-of-art-facility

  
Al Majid Motors Company opens a fabulous Kia showroom in Al Fujairah

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Al Majid Motors Company, the automotive division of the Juma Al Majid Holding Group and an exclusive distributor for Kia Motors in the UAE, has launched its all new Kia Sales and After-Sales Centre at Haleefat Area, next to Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation Hall in Fujairah. The state-of-the-art facility, which spans over 5400 square meter, is home to a Kia showroom and an advanced Kia Service Centre with a fully equipped Auto Body Centre to cater to the growing demand for Kia vehicles in Fujairah.

The large new facility is part of Al Majid Motors Company’s wider expansion plan, which is focused on enhancing the company’s customer service in the UAE.

Mr. Mohammed Khader, the President of Al Majid Motors Company, commented: “Since our inception as the sole distributor for Kia in 1988, we have remained committed to our founding philosophy of satisfying our customers through a combination of honesty, integrity and social awareness. Our new facility is a major milestone in our journey toward providing an exceptional customer experience by offering Kia consumers the ultimate convenience, ease and quality that our group has become renowned for.”

The world-class facility provides a combined point of sales and service centre for customers, supporting them at every stage of car ownership from purchase to after-sales service.

Mr. Mohammed Khader concluded: “We are confident that our new facility will further support our growth in the automotive market, strengthening the presence of our prominent brands and the Juma Al Majid Holding Group in the UAE.”

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About Kia Motors Corporation

Kia Motors Corporation (www.kia.com) – a maker of world-class quality vehicles for the young-at-heart – was founded in 1944 and is Korea's oldest manufacturer of motor vehicles. About 3 million Kia vehicles a year are produced at 14 manufacturing and assembly operations in five countries which are then sold and serviced through a network of distributors and dealers covering around 180 countries. Kia today has over 51,000 employees’ worldwide and annual revenues of over US$47 billion. It is the major sponsor of the Australian Open and an official automotive partner of FIFA – the governing body of the FIFA World Cup™. Kia Motors Corporation's brand slogan – "The Power to Surprise" – represents the company's global commitment to surprise the world by providing exciting and inspiring experiences that go beyond expectations.

For more information about Kia Motors and our products, please visit our Global Media Center at www.kianewscenter.com

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