General Motors Middle East sales rise by 16% in Q1 2011

Posted on Apr 10, 2011 by
Chevrolet UAE dealer

One of the Dealerships in the UAE

in the Middle East has reported a solid quarter with total sales of 29,870 vehicles for the first quarter of the year – up 16 percent compared to a year earlier. Chevrolet led the rally for registering a gain of 28% over the first quarter.

Sales in the month of March witnessed record purchases by the individual customers, with individual sales now making a healthy 69% of total General Motors sales in the region for Q1 2011.

Dealers reported total sales of 11,651 vehicles in the month across Chevrolet, and .  Combined sales for GM’s newly launched vehicles – the Chevrolet Cruze, Malibu, Camaro and Traverse; and Cadillac SRX and CTS Coupe – increased 39 percent during March and were up 13 percent for the first three months of the year.

“GM Middle East had a good month and a solid first quarter of 2011, despite some unrest in the region and the tragic disasters in Japan,” said , President and Managing Director of GM Middle East Operations.

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