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Published on: 2018-10-11     113 times read    0  Comments

Ford 'Delivers' 100 Cars in a Single Day

October 11: In its quest to ‘Go Further’ in delivering the highest level of customer satisfaction, Go Ford said it delivered 100 cars to its customers on October 10  in a single day.

“There has been a huge demand for Ford vehicles and we have stepped up and streamlined our distributor channels to deliver vehicles in the anticipated time,” said the company in a statement, adding “On the auspicious occasion of Ghatasthapana, we have delivered 100 cars from our dealers across the country - 10 cars in Biratnagar, 4 cars in Pokhara, 3 cars in Narayanghat, 6 cars in Butwal, 15 cars in Nepalgunj, 3 cars in Dhangadhi, 8 cars in Birtamod, 1 car in Dang, 2 cars in Banepa, 3 cars in Janakpur, 4 cars in Bhairahwa, 10 cars in Birgunj and 31 cars in Kathmandu.”

Ford customers were also availed Ford Festive Offer on the purchase. Under this offer, the company provided gifts worth Rs 50,000 to Rs 2,50,000 besides cash discount. The offer also gives a chance to five lucky couples to visit Switzerland on a 4-night 5-day tour as bumper prize.



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