T. Gargour & Fils has proudly announced Mercedes-Benz’s reign as the number one luxury car in Lebanon in 2013, signifying its superiority in quality, safety, technological innovations and dynamic designs.
Mr. Stephan HadjiTouma, Chairman of T. Gargour & Fils Board of Directors, commented on the occasion: “Our success reflects our passion for Lebanon, our passion for Mercedes-Benz, and the clear vision we have for the future.” He added: “Since 1954, T. Gargour & Fils has believed in Mercedes-Benz and its ability to satisfy the needs of our most prestigious Lebanese customers while building a strong relationships and providing them with an exceptional service; continuously seeking to exceed their aspirations .The success of T. Gargour & Fils in Lebanon lies in its commitment to the brand’s inherent traditions where safety, elegance and technological innovations are all priorities.”
At the end of 2013, T. Gargour & Fils opened a new Mercedes-Benz showroom which provides high-quality products and services in an innovative setting; reflecting the brand’s long heritage and its position as the world’s leading luxury vehicle.
T. Gargour & Fils has built a state-of-the-art, 1300 square meters showroom strategically located on the Dora highway. It accommodates up to 24 displayed cars and includes a two-level basement, resulting in a total area of 6000 square meters. The new Mercedes-Benz showroom meets the needs of all of their customers, providing them with a higher level of comfort and convenience using unique features and the most advanced technologies in the world of luxury vehicles.
Mr. Cesar Aoun, General Manager of Mercedes-Benz and smart at T. Gargour & Fils, concluded:
“This milestone is due to Mercedes-Benz’s determination in the creation of first-class products, modern features and superior safety standards, in addition to the brand’s attractive designs. Furthermore, we at T. Gargour & Fils are determined to serve the needs of all our customers through our exceptional customer service and car maintenance programs.”