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  First East Coast Mercedes Service Centre Targets To Sell 160 Units
Last update: 14/03/2017

KOTA BHARU, March 14 (Bernama) -- The first Mercedes service centre here, Mofaz Exotic Car Sdn Bhd, targets to sell 160 units of the luxury car in Kelantan and Terengganu this year.

Executive Director Ferhan Fauzy said the luxury car dealer was optimistic of reaching the target through the opening of the first service centre and showroom for Mercedes here, wholly-owned by Mofaz, to cater to both states.

"Mercedes owners do not have to travel to Kuala Lumpur to service their cars anymore as the same service is now offered here.

"They can seek the service for the same price as in Kuala Lumpur. This will definitely be an advantage for Mercedes owners," he told reporters after the opening ceremony of Mofaz Exotic here today.

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia Chief Executive Officer, Dr Claus Weidner, officiated the ceremony.

Ferhan said the demand for luxury cars in Malaysia had seen a positive increase with the introduction of new models that catered to the likes of customers.

"Many new Mercedes models in the past five years, including its structure, have been aligned to customers' demand.

"These models have successfully attracted the younger generation to wanting to own this luxury car of late as compared to only older generation being fans of Mercedes.

"This would be a boost to help us meet our sales target here in Kelantan and Terengganu," added Ferhan.

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