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Exclusive: Infiniti looks at retail 'stores'
Possible retail expansion could include new Infiniti 'stores'
10 Jun 2016
- Infiniti Cars Australia is considering opening dedicated stores in shopping centres as part of its slow and steady retail network expansion over the coming years.
- So far this year, the company has opened an additional three retail and service centres in the Perth suburb of Osborne Park, Castle Hill in Sydney's north-west and Warwick Farm in Sydney's south-west, as well as service-only centres in Canberra and Adelaide.
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