Maxus expands its dealer network in Germany

By the end of the year, it is planned to expand the sales and service network to 120 points


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Chinese commercial vehicle brand SAIC Maxus is expanding its dealer network in Germany. Max Schultz Automobile became the new partner of Maxus. In the future, the company will also sell electric commercial vehicles from the Chinese brand at its headquarters in Sonnefeld, Bavaria, and four other locations in Thuringia, Saxony and Bavaria.

In particular, in addition to Sonnefeld, there are offices in Erfurt, Leipzig, Ilmenau and Kronach, according to Maxus Motors. This means that the dealer network has grown to 47 partners with 76 offices. By the end of the year, the German importer wants to expand its sales and service network to 120 points. A few weeks ago, Maxus already expanded its dealer network in Germany to include the König car dealership group. Maxus offers the compact electric transporter eDeliver 3 and the larger eDeliver 9 in Germany.

Maxus has been operating in Germany since the end of 2020. The original dealer network consisted of 20 partners. The interim goal by the end of 2021 is 60 outlets – by the end of this year, the dealer network should double again.

Commercial vehicles have a long tradition at Max Schultz. With Maxus, we are strengthening this segment with a young, forward-thinking brand: their all-electric vans point the way to sustainable trade, transport and logistics. And most importantly: the vehicles combine an environmentally friendly drive with a high payload

We are delighted to have a proven commercial vehicle expert from the Max Schultz Automotive Group as a new Maxus contract partner. Whether small businesses, medium or large fleets, customers of all sizes benefit from decades of experience. With five new Maxus offices in Saxony, Thuringia and northern Bavaria, we are also closing gaps in our nationwide network, with which we once again reinforce our ambitions in one of the most important markets for light commercial vehicles in the world

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