Fiat India branches out its first ever state of the art workshop in Pune
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Fiat India Automobiles Limited, the Indo-Italian joint venture entered into by Fiat Group and Tata Motors, has brought into existence its first ever independent avant-grade workshop termed as Millennium Drive Workshop located in Dapodi at Pune.
Being its first ever foray into establishment of such an autonomous workshop by the car maker, the workshop engulfs a spacious arena of 20,000 sq ft consisting of the most modern and state of the art technologies backed by highly efficient personnel expertise aiming at giving the customers the highest value for money.
The opening ceremony of the Millennium Drive Workshop was headed by Mr. Ravi Bhatia, Head- Business Development, FIAT India Automobiles Limited and Mr. Neelesh Naik, Managing Director - Millennium Drive.
While speaking during the inauguration of this new and exclusive workshop, Mr. Bhatia commented that this initiative definitely represents Fiat’s core corporate philosophy that believes in rendering best customer experience and has been a driving force for all its endeavours.
He further said, "This first exclusive and world-class FIAT workshop is our inexorable attempt to provide each of our customers with an unmatched servicing experience leading to a delightful vehicle ownership experience. I am confident that the discerning and loyal customers of Pune will appreciate owning FIAT cars.....We have been focusing on strategically expanding our network in India and this new world-class workshop is yet another step to move closer to the customers."
This new workshop is intended to expand its stance as customer oriented brand and to achieve this goal, Fiat had also introduced a world class Fiat Caffe in Pune, where the customers can buy the cars from the Caffe along with indulging themselves in the scintillating Fiat ambience.
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