The lucky recipients of this offer were Magnus Asiedu, Carl Reindorf and Kumi Korsah, who were the first to purchase the Tata Manza, Ace and Aria respectively.
The announcement was made during the vehicle delivery ceremony at MAS where the keys to the vehicles were handed to the customers.
In a remark, Nouhad Kalmoni, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MAS, noted that MAS has invested heavily in human resource development and a state-of-the-art workshop, which has the capacity to promote good after-sales services to safeguard the Tata brand.
Present at the short but impressive ceremony were top officials of Tata Motors, including Tami Mbele, Managing Director of Tata Africa Holdings; Johnny Oommen, Head of the Passenger Vehicle Unit, Tata Motors; Xavier Gobille, Executive Director Auto and Allied Tata Africa Holdings and Brian Steenamp, Regional Sub Sahara Africa.
Later in an interview, Johnny Oomen expressed delight at the rate at which customers were rushing for the Tata vehicles and noted that MAS would offer quality and speedy after-sales service support
Modern Auto Services (MAS) has been appointed as a dealer for Tata vehicle range which comprises the Vista hatch and Manza sedan, Aria SUV and Sumo Utility Vehicle, Xenon pick up and Ace 0.7 ton load carrier
With this partnership Modern Auto shall be providing sales and service in Accra with an 18 bay ultra-modern workshop and showroom at Graphic Road in Accra and shall also render sales and service in Tamale, Takoradi and Kumasi.
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