Makassar 2018 GIIAS Event, DFSK Records Sales Number of 55 Vehicle Units

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, August 30 2018 - 23:58 IWST

DFSK Glory 580
DFSK Glory 580

INDUSTRY.co.id - Makassar - At the Makassar 2018 GIIAS event the DFSK managed to record a number of promising unit sales figures for Makassar consumers. Glory 580 proved to be the majority of units sold, namely 60% of the total sales, with the highest variant of Luxury 1.5L Turbo CVT being excellent.

In addition, the other 40% is the contribution of sales of Super Cab pickups which are the choice for business people as goods transport vehicles. So that in Makassar 2018 GIIAS, DFSK recorded sales figures of 55 vehicles.

"This acquisition proves that the Makassar city public highly appreciates the DFSK products presented in the Indonesian market. This achievement is a great motivation for us to continue to present products that are of high quality and in accordance with the expectations of consumers in Indonesia. "DFSK Glory 580 also received a variety of positive responses from visitors of Makassar 2018 GIIAS," said Franz Wang, Managing Director of Sales Center of PT Sokonindo Automobile.

After this Makassar 2018 GIIAS event, DFSK will continue to carry out regional product launches to introduce Glory 580 in a number of major cities in Indonesia. As a brand that understands SUV products, DFSK will not stop developing and conducting research on products that are in line with market tastes and community needs.

Along with fast-growing vehicle technology, DFSK has products that carry a variety of cutting-edge features and leading-edge technology. In the future and soon, DFSK plans to introduce products that are in line with the needs of the Indonesian market.

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