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Monday, December 03, 2012

By Manoj Kumawat

Ford Midnight Sale event to be held on 5th December

The Indian unit of the leading American car maker Ford Motors is all set to organize their much effective ‘Midnight Sale’ offer yet again this year on 5th December 2012. During this day, the company will be offering a number of discounts and lucrative schemes to pull crowd of car buyers towards their showroom. . The company is promoting this offer as the best day for buying a Ford car, as the buyers will be holding a chance of getting assured gifts of up to worth Rs 3.5 crore.



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The company outlet will remain open till midnight from 8 Am in the morning during this day all across the country. It is to be mentioned here that the midnight sale program of Ford India has been very successful in the Indian market, as it gives an opportunity to the car buyers who don’t find it suitable to go for car shopping during business hours. Year on year, the number of customers visiting the Ford showrooms during ‘Midnight Sale’ day is surging upwards, as more and more people getting aware of this exciting sales event. 
The lucrative offers also include car finance on low interest rates, surprise gifts for the interest car buyers etc. To know more about this offer, you can also call at Ford India’s toll free number 18004193000. Besides these offers, the Ford Midnight Sale day is also popular for its mega fanfare which includes exciting activities such as mehndi, magic shows, fun games, etc. 
At present, the company’s India portfolio include around half a dozen cars such as compact hatchbacks Ford Figo, entry level sedan Ford Fiesta Classic and new Ford Fiesta and Ford Ikon, and luxury Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) Ford Endeavour

Comments (1)

Nitin Kumar

Monday, December 03, 2012

hummmm..very good scheme to lure the customers...whereas, the new Figo and Fiesta are the attractive cars to be believed.

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