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MFCS announces “Diwali Dhamaka” packages for all car owners
Customers can get their cars ready for Diwali by availing of any one of the company’s crackling packages aptly named ‘Rocket’, ‘Rassi Bumb’, ‘Phuljhadi, ‘Chakari,’ etc. to reflect the festive spirit.
As explained by YVS Vijay Kumar, CEO, Mahindra First Choice Services, “These packages have been devised based on specific customer insights. They will not only cover the full range of car maintenance but will also enhance the overall car driving experience”.
These exclusive offers range from regular paid service, wheel alignment and balancing, protective coating, underbody antirust treatment, dashboard polishing, exterior wash, general check up, upholstery cleaning and interior vacuuming, etc. Mahindra First Choice Services has announced that these Diwali packages will be available across their entire network. The packages start at an attractive price point of Rs 449.
“These special packages are our festive gift to our consumers. We have kept the price range attractive so that all car owners, irrespective of the brand of car they own, can avail of these services,” Vijay Kumar added.
The Mahindra First Choice Services value proposition
Mahindra First Choice Services Ltd. (MFCSL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., is a leading chain of multi brand car workshops across major cities in India like Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Nashik, Hyderabad, and Vapi.
YVS Vijay Kumar, CEO, MFCSL, explained that the company was established in 2008 and aims to offer a world class car servicing experience at value for money prices. The company employs well trained technicians who can cater to the various servicing needs of multi-brand cars. Only quality spares procured at competitive rates are used. MFCSL also follows stringent quality measures and a mandatory 50 point “First Choice First Check” which is performed on all cars. The company also offers cashless insurance facilities with leading insurance companies.
India Infoline Research Team / 08:44, Jun 26, 2015
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