Ford India has registered a growth of 200 percent in the exports last month. It has exported 4211 cars in the month of November 2012 as compared to 1,769 cars exported in the corresponding month last year. The domestic sale has been 5,944 units last month as compared to 8,322 units sold in the month of November last year. Overall 10,155 vehicles (domestic sales and exports) have been sold last month.
Vinay Piparsania, executive director, Marketing, Sales and Service, Ford India, said, "By delivering vehicles which are packed with smart technologies, great safety features, are incredibly fuel efficient and which offer a terrific value for money package, we continue to attract many new-to-Ford customers. Despite ongoing market challenges, we are very pleased to see customer sentiments improving and their confidence in the Ford brand continuing to grow."
Even in the month of October the exports have been 3,371 units. Two new export markets, Algeria and Tunisia, have been added last month in the list of Ford India. At present there are 37 export markets. The company has recently opened three new dealerships in Jaipur, Rajasthan, Rewari and Sirsa in Haryana last month. At present there are 247 sales and service outlets in 129 cities.