Continuing their strategic expansion plans across Abu Dhabi, Ali & Sons Audi are set to begin the construction of their new Audi Workshop and Service Centre in Mussafah, early next year. This follows approval of the project by the Abu Dhabi Municipality.
Being developed at a cost of AED 100 million, the exclusive Audi workshop will allow customers across the capital easier access to top class vehicle service facilities as part of Ali & Sons' commitment to the highest standards of service and an enhanced customer experience.
In addition to the workshop, the new facility will also house the largest Audi-approved used car showroom in the Middle East, with as many as 60 pre-owned cars on display. The sprawling complex will be equipped with the latest diagnostic testing facilities and massive increase in available stock - all integral to the company’s mission of bringing exceptional quality Audi vehicles, while delivering outstanding after sales service and repairs at convenient prices.
“The new workshop and used car complex in Mussafah brings the entire capital region within easy coverage of our outlets, giving our customers comfortable access to our vehicles and facilities,” said Ahmed bin Ali Al Dhaheri, Chairman, Ali & Sons Audi. “Purchasing a new car in winter can bring buyers massive savings. Whether they are in the market for classic sedans, sports cars, SUVs or luxury saloons, at Ali & Sons Audi we have an assortment of powerful vehicles to fit any preference and budget.”
The Mussafah Workshop and Pre-owned Car complex adds to the city-spanning presence of Ali & Sons Audi in Abu Dhabi, which now has points of sale right across the capital namely: at the Corniche, the upcoming showroom in Al Rawdat and the Mussafah Complex. The expansion is in line with the German marque's expansion across the region in response to growing demand for Audi vehicles.
Posted by : BIZ COM - For Proactive Communications
PR Category : Automobile
: Saturday, December 13, 2014 2:42:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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