Friday, December 02, 2016

Ford and SDAC Celebrate Year-end and the upcoming Rooster Chinese New Year with Amazing Deals

To encourage safe driving during the festive season, Ford and its local distributor Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC) are celebrating the year-end holidays with exciting after sales packages and complimentary services on select Ford models, available nationwide from today until January 31, 2017. The reason that the year end promo continues till the end of January is so that customers who are celebrating the upcoming Chinese Year of the Rooster can also take advantage of it. Yup, its the year end and everyone is giving out something juicy.


“With the upcoming festive season, Malaysians are preparing to return to their hometowns to spend time with family and friend. We are pleased to extend attractive service and maintenance packages to help ensure the performance of our customers’ vehicles and safe travel,” said Syed Ahmad Muzri Syed Faiz, managing director, Sime Darby Auto Connexion. 

The after sales promotions offer discounts of up to 20 percent are being offered on select parts, including brake and timing belt packages, 10 percent labour discounts on lubricant, brake and timing belt packages, while those who choose ‘Fuel Saver Package’ can enjoy a 10 percent discount on oil filters.

For additional peace of mind, customers can also opt for a free 27-point vehicle health inspection by a Ford-certified technician to ensure a hassle-free travel this festive season.

Customers who spend RM350 or more on service and/or parts replacement at authorised Ford service centres will receive exclusive Ford merchandise. All walk-in customers will receive a Ford Lucky Packet. Definitely a Rooster-vaganza.

All of the above are as usual, subject to certain terms and conditions.

For more information about these promotions, please visit http://www.ford.com.my/aftersalespromotion or visit a Ford dealer today.


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