Coscharis Motors Plc, Nigeria’s exclusive distributors of Ford, Renault, Ford Truck and a number of other iconic global automobile brands in the country, has announced its plan to storm this years’ Lagos Motor Fair with three brands, namely: Ford, Renault and Ford Trucks.
The Fair, which is in its 17th edition, will hold from May 30 to June 4, 2022 at the Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel & Casino, Lagos.
While Ford and Renault will feature passenger vehicles including sedan, SUV’s and Pick-Up trucks, Ford Trucks will be featuring heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles (HDCV) ranging from Tractor Heads to Dump Trucks, Concrete Mixer and Tippers.
As revealed in by Abiona Babarinde, the General Manager, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Coscharis Group in a statement released on Tuesday, the company plans to delight her numerous customers with special promotional offers across the three brands at the fair.
“As the exclusive representative of these three brands in Nigeria,” he said, “we are bringing our showrooms closer to our customers at the fair. Also we are excited to announce that we will be delighting our customers with the many mouth-watering offers we have lined up for them at the motor fair. We are also keen to reveal the latest addition to our Ford brand in Nigeria, the BRONCO.”
The highpoint of the motor fair will be the unveiling of a new Ford name plate, BRONCO, into the Nigerian market.
While at the fair ground, the company promises to also offer vehicle sales, after sales services, trade-in options and vehicle finance options (in partnership with Coscharis Mobility and some other finance companies) to her customers.
“This is to deliver a total brand experience to customers and prospects alike when they visit the Coscharis pavilion throughout the duration of the fair,” it added.
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