Premium auto buyers in Kazakhstan now have access to the full-fledged Caddy experience thanks to the grand opening of the first Kazakhstani Cadillac dealership.
The new dealer is located in the city of Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan. Alongside the new Cadillac dealership grand opening this past June, Cadillac also has plans to expand further in the Central Asian country next year with a second dealer in the capital city Nur-Sultan.
Cadillac Almaty was made possible through a collaborative effort between Cadillac Russia and Orbis Auto, as well as a $4 million investment. The new Cadillac dealership includes a 1,312 square-meter (14,122 square-feet) space built to the latest brand standards, and it offers a full range of services, including vehicles sales and vehicle maintenance. Cadillac Almaty also offers trade-in programs, as well as finance options for corporate buyers.
Cadillac Almaty hopes to sell upwards of 200 Cadillac and Chevrolet vehicles by the year’s end
In addition to selling cars, the new Cadillac dealership also hopes to develop the brand within Kazakhstan.
“We are happy and proud to present the legendary American brand with a rich history and traditions to the Kazakhstan market,” said Chairman of the Board of Directors of Orbis Kazakhstan, Farrukh Makhmudov, as dictated in a roughly translated press release. “For more than a century of Cadillac, its name has become a symbol of comfort and reliability, embodied at the highest technological level. We are confident that the opening of a new Cadillac Almaty dealership will allow the brand to strengthen its position and expand its presence in the Kazakhstan market.”
Source: Cadillac Society