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BMW launches contactless vehicle service initiative for customers in India

As per the initiative, customers can select the required type of service, choose a convenient date and time slot along with the nearest BMW workshop.

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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German luxury carmaker on Thursday said it has launched a contactless vehicle service initiative for its customers in India.

The Contactless Service enables customers to book vehicle service, review service-related quotations, and make payments securely online, the company noted.

"At BMW, we strongly believe in leveraging new-age technologies to augment our brand's customer-centric initiatives. We have successfully transformed our business processes across our dealer network and enabled a seamless way for our customers to avail and experience vehicle service from the comfort of their homes," BMW Group India President Vikram Pawah said in a statement.

The BMW Contactless Service will play a pivotal role in offering a safe and seamless customer support service to the existing and new customers during this pandemic, he added.

Together with app and video functionality, the BMW Contactless Service ensures that a comprehensive service experience is delivered safely, Pawah said.

As per the initiative, customers can select the required type of service, choose a convenient date and time slot along with the nearest BMW workshop.

The company personnel would pick up the vehicle and proceed with its service while customers would receive a detailed assessment of the condition of the vehicle and additional service recommendations.

Customers can review the service requirement, quotation and approve the same instantly online.

Further, after making online payments for the services availed they delivered back as per the requested location.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Thu, June 03 2021. 16:28 IST
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