Pattanadesh Asasappakij, organizer of the Fast Auto Show Thailand & EV Expo 2023, expressed his satisfaction with this year’s event, citing its success in terms of visitor numbers, sales and overall interest in all activities.
He also added that the event, held from July 5-9 at BITEC, made a significant contribution to the Thai economy, signifying a positive return to normalcy following the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic for the past two years.
The show featured both new and used cars, along with a special zone dedicated to EVs.
Honda, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Mazda, MG, Subaru, Toyota, and Volvo brought their best-selling models and introduced their latest offerings, some of which were unveiled for the first time at the event. Honda unveiled the facelift City while MG’s highlight was the Maxus 9 electric MPV.
BYD showcased its Dolphin EB while other electric cars present were the Mercedes-EQ EQS, MG4 and Volvo C40. Indoor test drive for customers were held at BITEC as the vehicles are all emission-free.
Additionally, this year’s highlights included special promotions from Krungsri Auto, offering the attractive financial deals.
Used car dealers present at the show included DDS Car Center, THE ONE Platform, Yo Rachada, Da Srinakarin, Sethi Premium Used Car, CarDeeSureOK, Best Service, Mercedes-Benz Certified by Keng Hong Thong, and Car Hero.
All used cars sold at the show have gone through inspection and passes strict requirements, with full buy backs being offered for customers if the vehicles do not meet the required standards.