FarmFest Success for CFMoto in 2016
It’s an unmissable couple of days in the South East Queensland agricultural calendar and CFMoto arrived with all pistons firing.
Farm Fest 2016 proved again to be the powersports manufacturer’s launch pad for some of the biggest vehicle specials ever offered by the company.
Queensland Area Manager, Gary Ridden said the event was bigger and better than ever and was pleased with the huge interest in the product and event turnout.
“We had huge discounts to offer show goers like our X400 ATV for $4,990 ride away as well as our side by side ute, the U550 for only $9,990 ride away.
“What’s even better is that customers can continue to make their purchases on these incredible vehicles right up until June 30 for the price advertised at the show.” Ridden said.
Attendee numbers were up on previous years with almost 60,000 people through the gates and 2,000 exhibitors showcasing their products.
Authorised CFMoto dealers, Toowoomba Bikes and Bits, Gatton Powersports and Ollies Mowers in Kingaroy were all in attendance ready to help customers find their perfect CFMoto match.
“It was a pretty hectic three days and everyone who attended to help out on the site was flat out.” Ridden said.
Touted as the biggest agricultural field day event in Queensland, FarmFest was the perfect platform for CFMoto to launch their tax time specials.
“In addition to the show specials on the discounted X400 and U550, we were also able to offer farmers one percent finance on the all new X500 Farm Spec ATV.” Ridden said.
The new X500 Farm Spec quad was officially launched across the country in May and proved hugely popular among show-goers with its farm ready features like wrap around protector bars, power steering and heavy duty racks.
“It’s perfectly suited to the hardworking life of a farm quad.
“After show sales have been strong for our dealers and we can’t wait to be back again next year - bigger and better than ever, offering unbelievable deals on our vehicles. “ Ridden finished.
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