Doha Marketing Services Company (Domasco), the authorised distributor of GAC Motor in Qatar, hosted a special test drive event for their existing and potential fleet customers, providing them an opportunity to experience the complete range and services of GAC Motor.
Customers were able to test drive their favourite car model and take advantage of some exciting offers at this event, held at the GAC Motor showroom on Salwa road.
Faisal Sharif, managing director of Domasco, said: “This event was organised following the encouraging response the GAC brand has received from customers in Qatar. We will continue to build on this success and look forward to hosting more such events for our customers.”
GAC Motor offers a complete model range for limousine and rent-a-car companies with attractive in-house finance facilities and three years/100,000km warranty.
This month GAC also has a lucrative retail offer of cashback up to QR7,000 with one-year free registration and insurance, two years/30,000km free service with in-house finance.
GAC vehicles combine state-of-the-art technology and innovation. The trendy and sleek design meets outstanding fuel efficiency and safety.
The young Chinese brand has been embraced by customers in Qatar and sales performance quickly reflected that while the market penetration has been increasing year after year, according to a Domasco statement.
Customers can visit the exclusive GAC Motor showroom at Salwa road, near Qatar Decoration roundabout, opposite HSBC Bank. The showroom is open from Saturday to Thursday, 8am to 8pm.
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