AAA Auto opens new branch


Used car dealer AAA AUTO has opened its 7th Hungarian branch in Debrecen (SE Hungary, the company announced in a press release on the website of the Budapest Stock Exchange.

“We have been looking for suitable plots for a long time in this region and I have to say, that we finally managed to obtain great space. It is located in the main shopping zone of the city near Cora, Aldi hypermarkets and other wholesale stores under construction,” said Zoltán Markó, AAA Auto country manager for Hungary. In the beginning, the center will only buy out cars, for seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and next spring, the sale of 200 cars of all makes and price levels should be started, the company said in a statement. “The branch should thus become by its size the second largest car center of AAA Auto in Hungary."

By the end of December 2007, a jubilee limit of 10,000 sold cars is expected to be reached in Hungary since AAA Auto started its business here in 2006. The customer of the local AAA Auto centers may choose from a current daily offer of over 2,000 cars on average.

At present, AAA Aauto has its branches in Hungary in Budapest, - Fót, Budaörs, Pécs, Szeged and Miskolc. In October 2007, a buying branch was opened in Székesfehérvár and in January 2008 car buying center should be opened in Nyíregyháza. (BSE)


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