Modern Auto Services Limited (MAS) has launched two Foton pick-ups in Accra.
The unveiling of the vehicles, Conqueror and Tunland, adds to the product lines which the company deals in, including the Korea-made Rexton from the Ssangyong.
Both the double-cabin Conqueror and Tunland, which target different customers are unique to the markets they seek to satisfy. While the Conqueror is unique for its fuel economy and its ability to “get the job done,” the up-market Tunland combines the luxury of a saloon car and the utility of a commercial vehicle.
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At the launch held on Wednesday at the Coconut Grove Regency, the General Manager of MAS, Mr Amine Kabbara, said Foton Motors was noted for its top-end vehicles.
He said the Conqueror and Tunland pickups were competitive in performance relative to brands already on the market, and also offered value for money.
He offered guests the opportunity to test drive the two vehicles and also take advantage of the special launch offer and ultimately own any of the vehicles.
The Head of After-Sales, Mr Hussein Noubani, assured prospective buyers the peace of mind and trouble-free vehicle performance, since MAS has the capability to deliver on after sales service. He indicated that the company had advanced equipment for proper diagnosis to assure quality after-sales service.
He added that “the availability of affordable spare parts, as well as the mobile services for our fleet customers, is one of the measures in place to support the Conqueror and the Tunland.”
The Managing Director of Cummins Ghana, Mr Akunor Azu, whose parent company, Cummins International, is in partnership with Foton Motors for the production of the Tunland Pickups, expressed the company’s satisfaction with the relationship.
The special guest of honour, Mr A.B Kassim Nuhu, who is the Deputy Chief Executive of the Ghana Highways Authority, applauded MAS for consistently introducing quality automobiles onto the Ghanaian market.