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BMW opens 38th dealership in India

BMW India has today announced the opening of Sanghi Classic, its new dealership in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

autos Updated: May 06, 2014 14:35 IST
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BMW India has today announced the opening of Sanghi Classic, its new dealership in Udaipur, Rajasthan. The company has said that Sanghi Classic will stand by BMW’s standard of sales and service and will strive to achieve the international experience as any BMW dealership worldwide.

Mr. Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW Group India said, "BMW is the most admired premium auto manufacturer and has continued to set new benchmarks in India. Following a vision of sustainable growth, BMW India is committed to exceed customer expectations and create customer delight. The development of a BMW dealer network plays a key role in achieving our vision. With the launch of Sanghi Classic Udaipur, we will continue to set new standards in the premium car market in Rajasthan and provide high quality services to our customers and prospects."
He added: "Our partnership with BMW India started 5 years ago in Jaipur and the foundation of this association is based on bringing extremely high standards in sales and service of premium automobiles. We look forward to serving our growing clientele in Rajasthan with more enthusiasm and passion. We share BMW India’s business outlook and look forward to our continued success together."
Sanghi Classic Udaipur will be BMW’s 38th dealership in India. The showroom is based on BMW’s signature layout, complete with a consultation lounge, sales and an after sales desk close to the display area.
BMW has said in its release that the staff employed at the new dealership has undergong intense training in management of sales, service, spare parts and business systems to ensure best-in-class service. A team of service engineers have also been trained at BMW’s training centers in Singapore, Malaysia and Germany.