Cars galore, and a new way to buy

2016-09-30 06:00
PHOTO: candyce krishna George Mendonidis, sales and marketing consultant for County Ford, with some of the vehicles that will be on show this weekend.

PHOTO: candyce krishna George Mendonidis, sales and marketing consultant for County Ford, with some of the vehicles that will be on show this weekend.

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IF you’re looking for a set of new wheels, get down to County Ford in Port Shepstone this weekend. The Spring Carnival takes place from Friday, 30 September to Sunday, 2 October at the showroom where there will be a variety of exciting models to choose from.

Customers will be able to test drive Mazda, Ford and Hyundai, and there will be mystery discounts and prizes for those who purchase a vehicle over the weekend.

Clients will choose their mystery prize upon delivery of the vehicle. While shopping for new wheels, customers can examine the vintage and classic models that will be on display in the showroom.

For the little ones, a clown, face painting and jumping castle will be there to keep them busy. There will also be boerewors rolls and refreshments available.

It’s not only their vehicles that Ford is constantly upgrading, but their financial department as well.

The Ford Options Portfolio will be launched on the Saturday and all will be explained to customers - it’s a new way to buy a new Ford. This service is designed specifically for purchasing new Ford vehicles. It has a guaranteed future value and a kilometre-based agreement, which gives you, the customer, flexibility, choice and security. Watch the press for full details in the upcoming weeks.

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