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Chevrolet India announces a pan India Chevrolet 'U First Camp' April 19th - 21st 2013

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Its always nice when manufacturers take an initiative by bringing out new schemes every now and then. It always makes a positive impact in the minds of customers thus building the brand as well. Chevrolet today announced the All India Chevrolet 'U First Camp' for Chevy owners all over the country.

The Chevrolet 'U First Camp' will offer multiple services under one roof at all its 250 dealer workshops across India. Key points of the camp are:

  • Free service check up.
  • Discounts on spares and labour for all mechanical jobs undertaken during the camp.
  • Free gifts to all customers who avail of the camp services.

Speaking about the Chevrolet U First Camp, Mr. Rajesh Singh, Vice President, Sales, Marketing & After-sales, General Motors India said, “Chevrolet closely tracks evolving customer preferences and prevailing trends. This camp is an effort by us to continue our endeavor in communicating Chevrolet’s service accessibility and low maintenance costs to present as well as prospective customers through the Free Service Check-up Camp. We have been conducting similar free service check-up camps at regular intervals to take care of our customers at their door steps.”

Apart from the above the camp will also offer customers a facility to book a car or exchange their old set of wheels under the Chevrolet Certified Pre owned vehicles program. At the same time test drives of Chevy cars and finance/ loan options will also be offered. The whole range of Chevrolet cars will also be on display at the camp. Chevy has previously held such camps in various cities earlier as well.

The Chevrolet 'U First Camp' details :

Dates: April 19th - 21st 2013 (Friday to Sunday)

Timings : Between 10 am and 5 pm

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This discount season is going to be a long one

General Motors' Indian unit, whose sales fell 20 percent in the last financial year, lost 7.46 billion rupees in the financial year ended March 2012.

While others, Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, Maruti and Honda are all lining up to launch new compact SUVs , GM has none , so no sight for its woes ending .Its like GM is in it for a long haul.

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