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Infiniti posts 19pc sales growth in Mideast

Dubai, May 7, 2014

Infiniti has announced sales increased to 5,892 units across the Middle East in Financial Year 2013 (April 2013 to March 2014) - a rise of 19 per cent compared to the same period for 2012.

QX60 sold 1,489 units, becoming Infiniti’s best-selling model, while QX80 sales were up by 24 per cent (1,148 units).

Abu Dhabi and Qatar recorded increases of over 40 per cent, while Bahrain sales topped 30 per cent and Dubai jumped 24.5 per cent compared with Financial Year 2012.

Infiniti’s line-up of SUVs contributed to over 75 per cent of total sales volume with QX60 and QX70 remaining Infiniti’s core models. The QX80 achieved an all-time monthly record high in March 2014.

Juergen Schmitz, general manager, Infiniti in the Middle East, said: “The Middle East is a very important market for Infiniti globally. The region provides our third highest market share worldwide and we are committed to growing further. To achieve this we have a robust mid-term plan in place which took a significant step forward last week as we began roll-out of our strategy for strengthening of our position in Saudi Arabia.

“With our partners across the region delivering impressive results, an in-demand performance model range and sales of Q50 beginning across the region this month, we enter the new financial year with confidence,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service

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