Family event marks new registration plate change at Jennings Ford

Posted on 04 Oct 2011

Customers visiting Jennings Ford’s branch in Stockton were in for a special treat at the weekend when a family event was organised to celebrate the new 61 registration plate change.

In addition to being given the opportunity to take advantage of a whole host of special offers and discounts across the new car Ford range, customers were also able to take part in a number of activities, including red and black roulette, scalextric and football games, interactive race car simulators and the challenging and popular batak game.

The newest model in the Ford range, the all-new Ford Focus attracted attention from customers throughout the weekend. Available in a Focus Edge, Zetec, Titanium or Titanium X model style, the new model combines dynamic design and an exceptional array of smart new technologies with high levels of craftsmanship, outstanding occupant safety and further advances in acclaimed levels of driving quality.

Class leading advanced technologies on the all-new Focus can include Low Speed Safety System, Active Park Assist, Lane Keeping Aid and Torque Vectoring Control.

General manager, Ray Riaz, said; “We were delighted to host the family event weekend, which was a huge success.”

The full range of Ford vehicles is on display and readily available to test drive at the Jennings Ford dealership in Stockton, including the Ford Ka, Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, C-MAX, Mondeo, Kuga, Galaxy and S-MAX.

The dealership also caters for customers requiring vehicles through the Motability programme with a dedicated Motability centre and specialists on site, in addition to a Business Centre which also caters for business needs within the community and on a national level.

The dealership also houses a service, parts and a bodyshop department.

For more information about the range of products and services available at Jennings Ford in Stockton, customers can call in to the Yarm Road dealership or contact 01642 632200.

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