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BYD India opens passenger car outlet in Ahmedabad

India’s most talked about electric maker in recent days, BYD, inaugurated its first passenger vehicle showroom in Ahmedabad. This makes it the 10th outlet in India. Cargo BYD will take up the responsibility of running the showroom in Ahmedabad. Thus, with this dealership, Cargo BYD will provide access to BYD’s pure electric vehicles and services for its consumers in Ahmedabad. Having considerable experience in the automobile industry, Cargo BYD will have an extensive reach with its business covering neighbouring regions.

Cargo BYD Ahmedabad Dealership Details

The dealership is spread over an area of 3,000 square feet with a total plot area of 21,375 square feet. This includes an additional workshop, the showroom with the 3S facility (Sales, Service, Spares), and well-trained technicians. There’s also service equipment, service bays, EV charging stations, a customer lounge, and a showroom display floor. All add up perfectly to offer its customers one of the best in-store experiences.

BYD India And Its Roads Ahead

On the verge of announcing the launch of its premium electric SUV, BYD-ATTO 3, BYD is on an expansion spree. The company is digging deep, thus making its presence felt in new regions across the country with deeper inroads in the country with its extension of dealers pan India. Therefore each and every dealership will play a vital role in making BYD an important playmaker in the EV segment. BYD mentioned that they are confident that this dealership will set a new benchmark in sales, service, and customer satisfaction in the Ahmedabad region.

Ahmedabad has seen a considerable growing trend of consumers buying feature-rich and comfortable electric cars. Young professionals in the city are currently looking for cars with safety, better engine performance, and bigger, more comfortable vehicles for their road trips. Gujarat currently sits in the 12th position for the country’s highest number of electric vehicles.

Also Read: BYD passenger cars arrive in Indore.



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