BMW India has now come up with an initiative for its Doctor customers. The luxury car manufacturer, appreciating the efforts of the doctors, will offer a complimentary engine oil service. Along with its dealer partners, BMW Group India will offer this engine oil service from 1 June 2021 till 30 September 2021. For the past year or so, the doctors have been working tirelessly to fight the current pandemic. The 2nd wave of the cases was a significant hurdle to the country, putting everything on a halt. Thus, as a token of gratitude for the doctors, BMW offers this complimentary engine oil package.
Steps To Avail This Service
BMW mentioned that all the doctors registered with Indian Medical Association owning a BMW, MINI or BMW Motorrad motorcycle would be eligible for this offer. The interested doctors will have to register themselves on the brand’s dedicated web portal to avail of this service. Doctors who own a BMW Motorrad motorcycle can contact their nearest BMW Motorrad authorised dealer for further details.
BMW vehicles with ‘engine oil service-due’, as per Condition Based Service will also benefit from this complimentary service. The customers already having the BMW and MINI Service Inclusive packages can choose between two options instead of the engine oil service. They can either opt for free sanitisation of the vehicle or a complimentary Car Care Package.
In Other News
Given the restricted movement of people, BMW India had recently announced the extension of services and warranty packages. The German car manufacturer also launched a few new extended and warranty packages for its customers. To fight the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, BMW had launched a slew of preventive measures. The group has pledged a total of INR 8 crore to support the cause. Along with that, BMW is also lending its hands to the procurement of oxygen concentrators. The company is also taking the utmost care of its employees by encouraging vaccination drives, health insurance and more.
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