Nasser Bin Khaled drives exhilarating customer experiences at Lusail Circuit
Doha Qatar- March 3, 2017- Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles, the Authorized General distributor of Mercedes-Benz in Qatar, organized a thrilling driving experience for its customers at Lusail Circuit. The drivers got to enjoy an exclusive test drive of some of the latest Mercedes-Benz cars from its wide portfolio including sedan, sport, compact and AMG cars.
Attended by many Mercedes-Benz customers, the driving experience was conducted under the supervision of professional trainers and Mercedes-Benz authorized drivers, who gave guests a practical lowdown on best utilization of Mercedes-Benz Technology.
The all-day driving experience was held at Qatar’s premier racing circuit, which has been specially created to allow participants to drive in a straight speed lane, or within the lanes with curves and sharp turns.
Mr. Khaled Sha’aban, the General Manager of Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles said: “We are honored to have welcomed such a big number of guests who enjoyed experiencing the wide range of Mercedes-Benz cars. From the sedan, to sport, luxury and AMG, the driving experience was conducted under the supervision of Mercedes-Benz experts and professionals. This experience underlines NBK Automobiles commitment to our valued customers. It also allows us to raise awareness about the latest technology that Mercedes-Benz is proud to install in their cars, which enhances the driving experience to make it more comfortable and safer.”
He continued: “the driving experience day enabled us to demonstrate the right use of the exclusive technology which takes driving to the next level, and enhances the cars safety standards.”
Mercedes-Benz experts and supervisors gave a presentation about Safe Driving and the proper action to take, enabling drivers to leverage from the high-tech features of their vehicles. The driving experience also included a number of interactive activities which enabled visitor to take away from some practical information that enables them to stay safer on the roads.