BMW and Mini warranty and service packs are valid until June 30

Soham Thakur

BMW Group India has extended the warranty and service package validity period for all BMW and Mini customers in India.This German luxury car manufacturer follows Skoda, Mahindra, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Renault, Tata, Maruti Suzuki, with Toyota cars, They have all provided such extensions to ease their customers in the second pandemic caused by COVID-19.

  • BMW Group will conduct intensive disinfection of its workshops and showrooms

  • The dealer will also provide customers with a safe test drive experience

  • BMW India’s next release may be a facelifted 5-series sedan

BMW Group India announced that customers whose warranty and service packages will expire between March 31 and June 29 will now be valid until June 30, 2021. In addition, the BMW Group is conducting intensive disinfection of customers’ workshops, showrooms and vehicles’ safety. BMW and Mini dealerships also provide customers with a safe test drive experience. They will disinfect all vehicles before and after the test drive. To further ensure safety, they will always maintain the use of disinfectant wipes and hand disinfectants in all test-driving cars, and use air conditioners with fresh air intake mode turned on.

Vikram Pawah, President of BMW Group India, said of this initiative: “At the BMW Group, we are united because this is our culture and strong value system that has stood the test of time. We have once again taken comprehensive measures to support our customers to ensure that their BMW and MINI vehicles have a worry-free ownership experience during this unprecedented period of time. Through dedicated dealer partners, expert teams and strong Process network, we will continue to work hard to ensure complete peace of mind during and during the journey.”

BMW Group India in 2021

In 2021, BMW India has launched a long wheelbase 3 series luxury car, Performance-oriented 3 series M340i, Update 6 series Gran Turismo And gasoline powered The M Sport variant of the new 2-series sedan. BMW’s next release in India is likely to be a 5 series sedan that will be remodeled in the next few months.

Mini, meanwhile, recently Launched 2021 Countryman The price in India is 3.95 million rupees (front showroom in India). In addition, Mini 3-door facelift It was also found to be tested on our road.

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