Gargash Enterprises launches used car program in UAE

Gargash Enterprises, the official distributor for Mercedes-Benz in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, has launched an approved used car program called ‘Proven Exclusivity’ for vehicles under six years old that have been driven less than 150,000 kilometres.

“This program ensures peace of mind for our customers who will get the opportunity to buy a manufacturer-backed vehicle with GCC specifications that has undergone a complete multipoint check before being put on the market,” said Yousuf Bhailia, Senior Manager, Gargash Enterprises Approved Used Car Division. “As well as providing the best available used Mercedes-Benz vehicles, we are also a one-stop-shop for insurance and, through our strong relationships many of the UAE’s most prominent finance houses, we can provide customers with a variety of competitive tailor-made finance schemes to suit their needs.”

All Proven Exclusivity vehicles are registered with MB NET – Mercedes-Benz Net – the global Mercedes registration system which checks chassis numbers, service and car repair histories, ensuring customers of the highest standards of quality and safety as well as total vehicle transparency. The company also carries out checks to ensure that the mileage shown is correct.

Customers have the opportunity to trade in any make of vehicle and take advantage of the used car scheme.

Approved Used Cars from Gargash Enterprises are serviced to Mercedes-Benz global standards and come with a 12-month extended warranty.

“This new program not only provides peace of mind to used car buyers who know they are getting a quality used car with a proven history, it also gives new car buyers stability in the used-car market allowing them to buy in the knowledge that their car will retain its value during their ownership,” added Bhailia.

In the first five months of 2009, Gargash Enterprises saw its used cars section deliver 519 cars in Dubai and Sharjah due to an increased demand for quality approved cars.

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