Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India To Organise Loyalty Camp - Overdrive

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India to organise loyalty camp

08 Mar 2016 / 0

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India has announced that it will be organising a loyalty camp for its existing customers. The loyalty camp will be organised at Fiat exclusive dealerships from March 9-12, 2016. During the four day period, Fiat customers can avail a free vehicle check up and exterior wash.

Additionally, Fiat owners can avail of a 15 per cent discount on spare parts if their car is over three years old. If the car is less than three years old then a 5 per cent discount on spare parts will be offered. On mechanical repairs, customers will get a 10 per cent discount on labour charges. During the four day period, the company is also offering benefits of up to Rs 1.25 lakh on their new car models.

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Kevin Flynn, president and managing director, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India Operations said, “The year 2016 marks an important year for FCA India as we foresee interesting times ahead in our long term goal to widen our existing customer base in India and retain existing Fiat consumer. The nationwide Fiat Loyalty Camps is not only a part of our extensive strategy to connect Fiat owners to the brand but also an effort to strengthen our relationship with our valuable customers. We are committed to provide world class products and services to our customers here and 100% customer satisfaction remains our constant endeavour.”

Executives from the Fiat exclusive dealerships will contact customers to inform them about the loyalty camp. The company intends to promote the loyalty camp also through social media.

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