Thursday, October 23, 2014   

900 Porsches sold in HK and Macau as demand rises
(01-17 18:29)

Buyers in Hong Kong and Macau took delivery of nearly 900 Porsche sports cars last year, according to the dealer.
Jebsen Motors said today the new vehicles represented an increase of 8 percent over the year before.
In China, Porsche Cayenne and Panamera are still the most sought after models, the dealer said.
Porsche Centre Shanghai Puxi, was once again one of the world’s best performing Porsche dealership with sales of 1,400 cars last year, according to Jebsen.

   
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