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Coscharis Motors launches Ford Quick Lane Service

By Theodore Opara

In sustenance of the rising demand for Ford vehicles in the local market, Coscharis Motors Ltd, one of Ford’s representative in Nigeria in conjunction with, Ford Motor Corporation USA, has concluded arrangement to introduce Quick Lane tyre and auto centre as well as appoint certified parts wholesale dealers nation-wide.

According to a statement by the company’s Marketing Manager, Mr. Ifeanyi Nihe, this deal is specifically aimed at ensuring satisfactory after-sales experience for Ford owners by bringing the vehicles parts and service centres closer to their doorsteps.

Towards a successful take off of the Quicklane service, Coscharis Motors met late last year with some Spare Parts Dealers drawn from the Lagos and Western flanks of the market to inform them about the project which is aimed at taking care of the customers and provide them with a great service experience that would make them continue to come back.

Consequently, the company has made arrangements to ensure that the parts are imported regularly by air and delivered daily with dedicated vans.   Quick Lane is an American automobile service centre brand with over 600 outlets in the USA and Canada. Quick Lane tyre and auto centre provides all the services a car or truck needs most, including an in-depth Vehicle Check-Up Report on every visit.

The service includes vehicle maintenance and light repair including air conditioning, auto service, brakes, tires, batteries and much more. All of their services are performed by factory-trained experts and on customers’ schedule. Customers do not need an appointment and will get service while waiting, even on evenings and weekends.

Quick Lane will take care of any make or model, using quality parts and lubricants from trusted brands like Motorcraft and top brand tires like Goodyear, Continental and  Michelin.

Coscharis Motors will formally launch the Quick Lane Service at its Yaba office dedicated for this service on 28th of February 2013. It plans to open more Quick Lane Centres nationwide to further get the vehicles’ parts and service closer to its customers.


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