- Ford India June domestic wholesales doubles at 9,469 units; Export tripled to reach 10,285 vehicles
- Ford expands distribution of genuine parts to Gujarat, Daman and Diu and Silvassa
- Customer convenience ensured with ‘Monsoon Service Camp’ across East, West, and South India
Ford India’s combined domestic wholesales and exports in June grew to 19,754 vehicles from 7,979 vehicles last year.
Domestic sales in June doubled to 9,469 vehicles as against 4,527 units, while exports nearly tripling to 10,285 vehicles compared to 3,452 units last year.
“The recent announcements of Seventh Pay Commission, along with the prediction of normal monsoon and scrappage policy are keeping the industry optimistic about future growth,” said Anurag Mehrotra, executive director, Marketing, Sales, and Service at Ford India. “At Ford, we have continued to maintain a strong growth momentum thanks to our transparent and industry first service initiatives like Service Price Promise and Parts Calculator. We are equally gratified by the customer response to our freshest product portfolio on offer and will soon strengthen it with the introduction of iconic Ford Mustang.”
With an aim to deliver a differentiated experience by increasing accessibility, Ford expanded the availability of its Genuine Service Parts with the appointment of Khodiyar Ford Parts as the exclusive distributor for Gujarat, Daman, and Diu & Silvassa in June. Ford plans to expand the retail distribution of Ford Genuine Parts to West Bengal, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Punjab soon.
Adding to its consumer-centric efforts, Ford also has been organizing Monsoon Service Camps across 376 sales and service facilities in 209 cities since June 20.