Maserati Jordan relocates to a new showroom

Maserati Jordan – Gargour Automotive Trading Ltd., the official importer of Maserati automobiles in Jordan, announced the relocation of the Italian brand’s showroom to a new location in Al Madina Al Munawara Street, Kilo Circle, Building number 112.

The exclusive 370 square meter facility, which opened its doors to visitors early 2017, is designed in-line with Maserati’s global standards and corporate identity. The showroom is manned by a team of trained Maserati sales consultants and has a visitors’ lounge, a section for Maserati merchandise and a configuration area where clients can customize their new Maserati to suit their personal requirements.

Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Raja Gargour, Chairman of Gargour Automotive Trading said: “Maserati Jordan kicked off the new year with relocating its showroom as part of our ongoing commitment to deliver the best experience to our clients. The new showroom is designed to showcase Maserati’s complete model line-up, including the Ghibli, Quattroporte, Levante, GranTurismo and GranCabrio. And for a guaranteed luxurious driving experience, Gargour Automotive Trading offers an exclusive service package with every Maserati vehicle purchase.”

The showroom is open from 9 AM to 7 PM, from Saturday to Thursday.

About Maserati:

Maserati is an Italian luxury car manufacturer which was established on December 1, 1914, in Bologna (Italy) by its founder Alfieri Maserati and his brothers. Their passion and talent contributed to the company DNA: innovation, excellence, and challenge, which are reflected in the brand’s claim “The absolute opposite of ordinary”. Today, the company’s headquarters and main production location are in Modena (Italy). A second state-of-the-art production location, based on the highest quality standards of the World Class Manufacturing (WCM) concept, was inaugurated in Grugliasco, near Turin (Italy), in 2013. Maserati has been owned by the Italian car giant Fiat S.p.A. – now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles – since 1993.

Its emblem, the trident, was inspired by the fountain on the Piazza del Nettuno in the center of Bologna (Italy). It is a symbol that ties together the brothers, their hometown, and the artistry and craftsmanship for which Bologna and Emilia-Romagna are known.

Through major investments into product development, production facilities as well as its worldwide dealer network, Maserati has hit a turning point. In addition to the successful GranTurismo and GranCabrio ranges, the latest generation of Maserati’s flagship sedan, the Quattroporte, and the sports executive sedan, the Ghibli, and Maserati’s first-ever SUV – the Levante, provide the cornerstones to the brand’s strategy of producing some 70,000 and gaining a significantly strengthened presence in the global luxury car market.