Al Nabooda clocks record sales
Dubai, March 19, 2008
Porsche Centre Dubai, Al Nabooda Automobiles, has registered the region’s best-ever result for an individual month with record monthly sales and delivery figures.
In terms of monthly figures, the Al Nabooda Automobiles tops the list among franchises in the Middle East and Africa, said a company official.
'The company registered sales of 200 high-performance sports cars and SUVs last month. Besides Porsche Centre Dubai registered a net order intake of 200 models, covering the entire Porsche range,' said Deesch Papke, managing director of Porsche Middle East & Africa.
“We are very pleased with Al Nabooda’s achievements at Porsche Centre Dubai,” he noted.
“These amazing results show how the combination of Porsche’s remarkable range of cars and Al Nabooda’s expertise make Porsche Centre Dubai a true record breaker,” he added.
While the new Cayenne luxury sports SUV topped the buyers list, all other models – from the Boxster to the scintillating 911 GT2 – were represented on the sales chart.
In terms of deliveries, 148 new Cayenne owners received their vehicles, while a legion of Boxster, Cayman and 911 customers also took delivery of their new Porsches. Meanwhile, the 911 Turbo Coupé was particularly strong with 10 deliveries.
K. Rajaram, CEO of Porsche Centre Dubai, Al Nabooda Automobiles, said, “We are proud to establish a new standard for Porsche sales in the Middle East and Africa region. I congratulate everybody who worked together to achieve this fantastic result, and applaud Porsche for providing us with such a breathtaking line of vehicles.”-TradeArabia News Service
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