Saturday, May 26, 2018

Ford to Open 5,000-Square Meter Showroom in Marikina


Ford Philippines is expanding its dealership footprint with the construction of a new dealership facility in Marikina which recently broke ground in a ceremonial event.

Opening by fourth quarter of this year, the new Ford Marikina will be one of the biggest Ford dealerships in the country with a total floor area of over 5,000 square meters which can accommodate an 8-car showroom display, 26-service bays, and 3 interactive bays.

The new Ford Marikina will be the first dealer in Metro Manila to follow the new global dealership branding guidelines of Ford. It aims to bring to life the Ford Guest Experience program, an enhanced sales and service initiative that harnesses the power of technology to deliver an enhanced and more efficient customer experience.

“The addition of a new Ford dealership in our growing network in the country testifies to the growing preference for the Ford brand in the country as we continue to widen our reach to customers in the eastern part of Manila. We’re thankful to the strong collaboration with our dealer partners for the opportunity to serve the growing car market in this area and offer them the enhanced Ford ownership experience,” explains Bertrand Lessard, managing director, Ford Philippines.

4 comments:

  1. Most of them can't even hold a shovel properly, such a shame.. They're similar to those scumbag self serving politicians we have here.

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    1. Says the guy who does not have the capital nor the assets to match the owners of the business. Empleyado ka lang.

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  2. "It aims to bring to life the Ford Guest Experience program, an enhanced sales and service initiative that harnesses the power of technology to deliver an enhanced and more efficient customer experience."

    If anything sounds too good to be true, it should be a scam! This will surely be another scammer dealership with poor after-sales service! Want proof? Its is all over the net and in the courts as Ford has been sued in some countries lately.

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    1. And you could also be sued for defaming a dealership that jas not even started operations yet. Apologize now before the owners sue you. Make sure you got money where your mouth is to hire legal counsel and defend yourself in court.

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