AAA Auto opens new branch in Pécs

Automotive

press release

AAA Auto opened its newest branch in Hungary yesterday in the city of Pécs, and provides a full range of service from purchasing, to sales, to financing and insurance of used cars, according to a press release issued today.

The new branch created 25 jobs and had an initial stock of 200 vehicles across a total area of 8,800 sqm, with plans to increase this to 300 vehicles in the coming months, the statement added. 

Car financing and insurance is available from partners such as Budapest Bank, Merkantil Bank, Generali and BNP Paribas Cardif.

With the opening of its Pécs branch, AAA Auto now offers up to 1,000 vehicles for sale and spans a total area of 25,000 sqm in Hungary.

“Our business in Hungary continues its buildout, and we are striving to deliver better service to customers from more locations”, said Csaba Takács, country manager of AAA Auto Hungary. “We have already bought and sold some 10,000 cars in Hungary since our return here, and we are expanding to consolidate our presence in the Hungarian used car market,” he added.

“We are glad to see even further expansion of the AAA Auto Group, repeating its success in other markets. The AAA Auto brand is one of the top ten modern Czech brands according to a 2013 study by Ogilvy & Mather. The company also ranks Number 52 on the Czech list of the 100 largest companies,” added Juraj Chmiel, Ambassador of Czech Republic in Hungary. “We welcome and salute AAA Auto’s debut in south-western Hungary.”

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