Ford India Provides Special Offers For Teachers

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American automobile giant Ford has witnessed success in India with a few products. They recently announced achieving a milestone with its EcoSport compact SUV. They are always trying to provide customers with the best value for money products.

Ford India currently offers Figo, Fiesta, Fiesta Classic, EcoSport and Endeavour models. They have a strong and lucrative product offering in India and are constantly trying to expand their portfolio. The American manufacturer is constantly offering discounts and offers to lure buyers.

ford india offer for teachers

Tomorrow we will be celebrating teacher's day across the nation. In honour of the most influential individuals in our lives Ford will provide special offers for them. The offer can be availed by teachers all across India, however, it will be applicable only on certain models.

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The special offers for teachers will be available on Ford's Figo and Ford Classic models. Ford India is providing INR 9,000 worth of benefits on its Figo hatchback. While, the Ford Classic attracts benefits of INR 16,500. The American automobile manufacturer wants to show its appreciation to teachers who mould our futures.

ford india offer for teachers

Teachers can club the offer with existing benefits and discounts provided by Ford India. The American manufacturer currently is offering exchange bonus, extended warranty and insurance for free. The offers can be availed from any of Ford's 304 sales and service facilities. For further details teachers can SMS ‘FBC FDS' to 56263.

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The Figo and Ford Classic model are exceptional products and are available with both Petrol as well as diesel variants. In India the Figo hatchback costs between INR 3,86,000 to INR 6,00,000 ex-showroom, Delhi. The Ford Classic model ranges from INR 4,88,000 to INR 7,35,000 ex-showroom, Delhi.


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Story first published: Thursday, September 4, 2014, 9:11 [IST]
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