Discussion in 'Fiat India News' started by NAREN64, Jun 15, 2010.
heard Fiat ad on Radio One (94.3) Bangalore today. it was about the freedom offer going on
Also, came across a news that they have planned a checkup pitstops at outskirts of the city on the afternoon of 14th and 15th in Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh.
Source - Fiat introduces Freedom Drive for its customers | Business Standard
Yes Ramesh, this is what was being advertised on the radio. wondering how would one know the exact location of these pitstops
Once you book one, they will let you know .
BTW, these are for new customers only. I think Fiat is trying to showcase they care on service part, just to have some confidence in Fiat service.
Ravi, the pitstop arrangement is on 14th and 15th aug and this offer has started only couple of days back so this one can't be for new customers only
Fiat launches 'Freedom Drive' for its customers in India
FIAT Group Automobiles India Pvt. Ltd has launched “Freedom Drive” for customers in which they can drive away for three nights in a FIAT car to a location of their choice. This offer also includes attractive exchange packages by way of which customers can avail benefits upto Rs 1 Lakh. Customers can also win assured gifts on booking the Linea or the Punto.
Nagesh Basavanahalli, President and Managing Director, FIAT Chrysler India Operations with the 2013 Linea T-jet
In addition, FIAT has introduced other services at specially set up FIAT Pit Stops on the outskirts selected cities which will provide quick check ups to FIAT cars as well as others that are traveling out of city. These camps will be set up on city exits on the afternoon of 14th and 15th August in Mumbai, Pune, Chandigarh, Bangalore, Chennai and Ahmedabad. These camps are set up to ensure that the cars function perfectly and the customers enjoy a hassle-free drive.“FIAT has been present in India for decades and has always been committed to the Indian consumers. With this initiative we intend to bring customers closer to our brand and give them the freedom to explore different places using their favourite FIAT car. This unique initiative gives our customers an opportunity to create innumerable positive memories with their beloved FIAT cars,” said Nagesh Basavanahalli, President and MD, FIAT Chrysler (India)
This really sucks.
Why not in other cities ? why fiat chair always think about metro cities ?In 2011 i have done with free check camp and given a Coffee mug written FIAT on it.
September(to get service done in TASS) is nearing still no news about new service centres in our area.
i dont know what criteria they used in selecting these cities. Sad that Hyd is not in the list.
May be andhra/telangana issue ... :lol
What about Delhi ?
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