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BMW Group Delivers Close to 10K cars in 2017!

German carmaker BMW has been doing really well in the Indian market off late has achieved a growth of 25 percent this year in comparison to 2016. BMW group has three subdivisions in India- BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad.

The group in total sold 9800 cars in India out of which 9379 were BMW’s, 421 Mini’s and 252 Motorrad motorcycles. This was also the debut year of Motorrad in India.

 Vikram Pawah, President – BMW Group India, said, “2017 was a challenging year for the automotive industry in India that adversely affected stability and impacted consumer confidence due to several policy fluctuations. BMW Group India has achieved this successful growth as a result of its robust strategy, a resolute approach in its implementation and absolute commitment to all customers and their needs. We have created a differentiating factor in the Indian luxury car market with the strength of our brands, products and innovative customer initiatives.” Mr. Pawah further added, “We are moving forward with a clear aim and our resolute strategy of ‘Power to Lead’. We are well-prepared to set a benchmark in the Indian automobile industry in every aspect, with passion, performance and excellence. We are confident of continuing this momentum but our primary goal is to grow the size of the luxury car market in India. We strongly believe, that leading the growth of the segment is more important than anything, even more important than being just Number One.”





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* (April – December 2017)

 The X1 and the X5 have been doing really well for the carmaker in the SUV space whereas the sedan segment is dominated by the 5 Series.


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