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Fiat reaches out to the flood affected Chennai cars

Fiat reaches out to the flood affected Chennai cars
Rachit Hirani Rachit Hirani Monday 14 December 2015, 13:20 PM

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India is taking aggressive efforts to reach out to Fiat owners affected due to the recent floods in Chennai. Approximately 300 Fiat cars have been affected in the Chennai floods.

Speaking on the initiative, Kevin Flynn, President and Managing Director, FCA India, “My prayers remain with those whose lives have been affected due to the tragic floods in Chennai. As our efforts to help the FIAT owners, we are extending our free road side assistance to ensure quicker repair. FCA is also mobilizing additional dealer manpower from nearby states to expedite the repairs so that customers get back their vehicles at the earliest. Further we will also share the costs on the genuine parts replaced in the flood affected cars post the insurance support. We are committed to the provide world class services to our customers and we are ensuring that all the necessary steps are taken to help the Fiat owners in Chennai. ”

The repair support will be provided at all the three Fiat workshops in Chennai. Fiat has commenced the work of reaching out to its consumers. Fiat had recently launched the Abarth Punto and the Avventura Powered by Abarth. At the upcoming 2016 Auto Expo, Fiat will be launching the Jeep brand with the Wrangler and the Grand Cherokee.

 

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