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Ford launches special schemes for teachers

Snapshot: Ford india launches a special scheme to give extra benefits to our educationists

Teachers are the mostly unsung heroes of our lives, and Ford India is now trying to do something special for them, in the form of special offers for them at their dealerships across India. Ford India is offering some benefits, which range from Rs. 16,500/- on versions of the Classic down to Rs. 9,000/- on the Figo. This will be in addition to the goodies already being doled out by Ford like exchange bonus, free extended warranty ad free insurance, on the aforesaid models.

These offers and benefits will be available across Ford India’s 304 sales and service facilities in 164 cities. To know more about the offer, customers can SMS “FBC FDS” to 56263 or write to FBCindia@ford.com.

Ford in India has been focusing on bringing products and services that make value sense and take a quantum leap towards reducing cost of ownership. Presently, Ford offers several customer focused initiatives like Pan-India Roadside Assistance, 90 minute-Quick Service Bays, Mobile Service Vans, Vehicle report card, Quick Lane centre in addition to the newest addition of Happy Pocket Service.

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