Coscharis offers trade-in opportunities as new Bronco is unveiled
Coscharis Motors has introduced the all-new Bronco into the Nigerian market at the just concluded Lagos motor fair. Speaking during the launch, General Manager, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Coscharis Group, Abiona Babarinde, said Bronco has come home to stay in Nigeria, because the people love outdoor adventure.
Babarinde said Bronco is engineered to deliver thrilling and confident off-road experience, building on the DNA of the original 1966 Bronco and its racing heritage.
He said it gets even better with ingenious new technologies and adventure-ready attributes created for today’s outdoor enthusiasts.
The Bronco comes loaded with lots of off-road safety and comfort features and is engineered to deliver confidence on any type of terrain.
Deputy General Manager, Ford Sales, Coscharis Motors, Justin Ngini, said: “The vehicle’s Wildtrak assures of value for money as it comes packed with a 2.7L Ecoboost Engine, 10 speed Automatic Transmission, 17 Inches Black Gloss-Painted Aluminium Wheels, Sound Deadening Headliner, 6 Speaker Sound System, SYNC4, Navigation System, Leather Trims, and many other, comfort and safety features to help you navigate through any kind of terrain your journey throws at you.”
Ngini also promised that Coscharis Motors would deliver an exciting customer experience to any enthusiast who purchases a Bronco from the company.
He said: “As the exclusive Ford dealers in Nigeria our Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) trained sales and aftersales teams are poised to deliver a world class customer experience to our Bronco, and by extension, all other Ford brand customers in the country.”
Ngini said: “We are easily accessible, with presence in the six geopolitical zones of the country. Coscharis also offer trade-in opportunities for customers who wish to exchange their old Ford vehicles for a new Bronco or any other Ford variant. We can also help to arrange finance options for interested customers who want to buy now and spread payment over a period of up to five years.”