Although Ford India met ongoing supply constraints, it managed to sell 10,424 units in February, showing sustained and stable growth for the second month of this quarter. Domestic figures were 8,035, while for export were 2,389.
Besides the amazing sales figures, the company also opened on February 16th 45 new sales and service outlets in 35 cities from India simultaneously. The company has now strengthened its pan-India network to 230 sales and service outlets in over 123 cities, living up to the company’s new brand promise, “Go Further”.
“We have embarked on an exciting growth path in 2012 as evident with our 10,000 plus sales for the second month in a row, and addition of 45 dealerships across India in February. In addition to our commitment of bringing new vehicles to India, we are focused on augmenting the customer experience and going further to increase our footprint,” said Ford India’s President and Managing Director Michael Boneham.
Ford India enables customers to enjoy world-class products and services from Ford along with best-in-class cost-of-ownership experience. Ford Figo was exported to 34 countries this month, with the commencement of exports to Lebanon. The company also augmented its All-New Fiesta range, introducing the Fiesta PowerShift Automatic-Style and Titanium+ variants at an attractive price.