Africa Motors, General Motors’s Sub-Saharan Africa dealer, has launched the Cheverolet Aveo automatic saloon car into the Ghanaian market and pledged commitment to quality customer service to scale the competitive automobile market.
The company also re-introduced the Cheverolet cruze with a commitment to take a domination position of the automobile market.
Mr Mansour Wassef, Director of Africa Motors, who launched the vehicle, said the company was determined to dominate and take huge market share of the automobile market through the delivery of quality vehicles.
He said the use of Ghanaian expertise in all aspects of the company’s operations puts it ahead of others, adding that, the company would continue to focus on quality to bring value for money to customers.
“It is not just about providing our customers with new products, it is about ensuring that the necessary after sales support is in place, to guarantee peace of mind for all of our customers, “Mr Wassef said.
“Apart from the fuel efficiency, the two new vehicles had been designed to provide comfort ability to consumers,” he stated.
The Managing Director of African Motors, William Haxworth said the company had in stock huge volumes of spare parts to meet the spare part needs of customers.
To ensure that customers have easy access to parts and servicing, the company had opened showrooms in Kumasi and Takoradi.
Ms Ruth Mugugu, Communications Manager of General Motors Sub-Saharan Export Markets, manufacturers of the vehicles said the launch of the two new cars formed part of the company’s commitment to provide customers with durable and quality vehicles to have value for money.
She said the vision of the company was to occupy a dominant position in the automobile market in the sub-region through the provision of quality cars.
“The vision of General Motors is to significantly boost the sales of vehicles in the sub-region,” Ms Mugugu stated.
She said about 6.7 million of the Cheverolet range of cars had been sold at the end of June globally. GNA