BMW India Announces Special Aftersales Care For Doctors Fighting COVID 19

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Doctors registered with the Indian Medical Association can avail this offer from BMW India.

BMW Group India announces special aftersales schemes for doctors fighting COVID 19 on the frontline. The carmaker has many doctors as customers of the various BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad models. All of them have been selflessly working round the clock to keep the pandemic in check. As a gesture of appreciation, the carmaker is now providing a complementary engine oil service at the various BMW showrooms across India.

The doctors who own any BMW, MINI or BMW Motorrad product who are registered with the Indian Medical Association, hospitals and clinics can avail these services. The eligible can register themselves at BMW Contactless Experience portal and book their service. Vehicles with engine oil service due as per Condition Based Service scheme can avail the complimentary service within 90 days post lockdown. However, existing customers with BMW or MINI service inclusive package or extended warranties will be provided free sanitation of their cars instead.

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Mr Arlindo Teixeira, acting President, BMW Group India, said, “Earlier this month, BMW Group India pledged its contribution to fight COVID-19 through its various CSR initiatives and by providing critical care equipment and services for medical facilities in Delhi NCR and Chennai. Doctors have been tirelessly working every day to ensure public health and safety. Complimentary engine oil service is a small gesture of appreciation from us and our dealer partners, for the selfless service of our patrons from the medical fraternity. It’s a JOY for us and our dealer partners to take care of their BMW, MINI cars and BMW Motorrad bikes during these unprecedented times.”

BMW India is striving hard to make a successful come back into the market. The pandemic had affected the BMW sales in India to a great extent during Q1, 2020. However, the carmaker is readying for a slew of new launches in the days ahead and hoping to regain traction…

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By Neeraj Padmakumar

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