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Ford KSA dealer opens second Riyadh showroom

Al Jazirah Vehicles Agencies Co announces an expansion plan that reflects ‘the success Of Ford and Lincoln brands across the Kingdom.’

Al Jazirah Vehicles Agencies Co., the Ford and Lincoln dealer in Saudi Arabia, has opened its second showroom in Riyadh. The company says that the showroom, located on Al Takhassosy Street, is the first of several it will open this year.“Our relationship with Saudi consumers goes back a long way,” said Sheikh Abdullah bin Fahad Al Kraidees, president of Al Jazirah Vehicles. “Since 1987 we have continuously strived to bring our customers world class products from the Ford and Lincoln brands, while offering them superior service.”Al Jazirah has showrooms in Riyadh, Dammam, Jeddah, Al Madinah and Abha, with Al Qaseem and Tabuk coming soon. Sixteen sub-dealers cover the rest of the Kingdom. Al Jazirah was recently credited as the world’s largest Ford Crown Victoria dealer, both in terms of sales and inventory, for the sixth consecutive year. It has now sold over 50,000 units of the Crown Victoria in Saudi Arabia.“We make every effort to deliver the best possible ownership experience in the Kingdom,” said Al Kraidees. “We plan to launch various showroom, service and parts facilities in the near future, which will further reinforce our network and allow us to get even closer to our customers.”

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