Subaru joined Ngansatil Group, its first dealer in Phuket, is to open its first Subaru car showroom in the south of Thailand. The showroom cost 20 million baht. The company estimated that there would be 50 Subaru cars sold this year and it planned to get two other dealers on the island.
Apichai Thammasirarak, the General Manager of Motor Image Subaru (Thailand) Co. Ltd, said the Ngansatil Group had a lot of experience as a dealer for famous brands of premium cars. They have their existing target group and he believed that Ngansatil would mainly help to expand the Subaru car market in Phuket and other Andaman provinces.
For after sales services, the company assures its customers by preparing professional mechanics to look after all the cars with enough spare parts.
Recently, Subaru opened new showrooms in Rayong before heading down to the Phuket market. Now it had six showrooms in different parts of Thailand and it planned to open two new showrooms in the central and northeast regions in the near future.
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