Alfardan Sports Motors, the official dealer of Ferrari in Qatar, is offering a one-of-its-kind extended warranty package to its clients, in line with the 70th anniversary celebrations of the Italian marque. The special offer coincides with the Holy Month of Ramadan, reflecting the brand’s commitment to service excellence during this season of benevolence.
As part of the Ramadan offer, clients seeking to own the 2017 range of Ferrari models are entitled to a complimentary warranty extension of 2 years, following the standard three-year factory warranty. The brand is also the first in the luxury sports car segment to provide clients a choice of further extending the warranty and maintenance package up to a remarkable 15 years in total, during the holy month.
In addition to an exciting warranty package, Ferrari is offering an unrivalled period of service, marking yet another benchmark in the high-end automotive world. Clients can avail a comprehensive Genuine Maintenance programme that covers all the scheduled maintenance for the first seven-years of the vehicle’s life. The programme covers the scheduled maintenance labour along with the relative original spare parts, engine oil and brake fluid.
“The month of Ramadan is extremely special to us, as it ignites our passion to reach out to clients and cater to their needs. As part of our world-class services, we are delighted to offer our clients a unique warranty scheme that can cover an additional period of up to 15 years. This is a powerful testimony of Ferrari’s trust and assurance on its quality of engines and cutting-edge design. The brand is continuously enhancing its production, making every new vehicle more superior and reliable than its predecessor,” said Charly Dagher, General Manager, Alfardan Sports Motors.
Clients can avail of the exclusive warranty package for the latest line-up of Ferrari models including the new GTC4Lusso and the incredible Ferrari 488, available at the state-of the-art showroom in The Pearl-Qatar. The offer is valid until the end of Ramadan.