6 Day New Car Save Event at Jennings Ford

Posted on 24 Sep 2015

Customers visiting Jennings Ford, part of the award-winning Jennings Motor Group, are being warned to be quick of the mark if they want to bag a bargain on a brand new motor before the end of September.

Jennings Ford is holding a 6 Day New Car Save Event at its Gateshead, Stockton and Middlesbrough branches, giving customers the opportunity to take advantage of a range of discounts and offers on new ‘65’ registration plate models across the Ford range.

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For example, customers will benefit from a substantial saving of £2450 against the recommended retail price on a new Ford Ka 1.2 Edge, 3 door (69 PS) model, plus a £607.18 deposit allowance is available when financed with FordOptions - with 4.3% representative APR.

Alternatively, the all-new Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost Zetec, 5 door (100 PS) model is available with a saving of £3400 against the recommended retail price and a £2075 deposit allowance is available when financed with FordOptions – with 4.3% APR representative.

Nas Khan, managing director of Jennings Motor Group, said; “Customers in the market for a brand new motor are being given the opportunity to take advantage of a variety of competitive offers and finance deals across the award-winning Ford range, up until the end of September.

“We expect the event to be a huge success and further boost sales across our Ford branch network.”

The Ford range consists of the Ka, Fiesta, Fiesta ST, Focus, Focus ST, Mondeo, C-MAX, Grand C-MAX, B-MAX, S-MAX, Kuga, Galaxy and EcoSport.

Jennings Ford branches can be found at Eslington Park, Gateshead; Cargo Fleet Lane, Middlesbrough and Yarm Road, Stockton.

Jennings Motor Group also operates Kia, Mazda, SEAT and Mitsubishi dealerships located across Wearside and Teesside.

 

 

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