Gurgaon: MINI India has announced brand new prices for the entire MINI product range in India.
Mr. Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW Group India said, “MINI has always found a perfect balance between MINI heritage, future-defining forms and innovations. MINI brand has been built for individualists, its unmistakeable design and undiluted driving fun has sparked a revolution in the automobile market. We have created a win-win situation for the dynamic MINI customers in India by offering a wide range of products and now equally attractive value proposition.’
The MINI range is available in India as CBU (Completely Built-Up) units and the new ex-showroom prices are as follows
*Price prevailing at the time of invoicing will be applicable. Delivery will be made ex-showroom. Ex-showroom prices (inclusive of VAT@12.5%) as applicable in New Delhi and Maharashtra but excludes Road Tax, RTO statutory taxes/fees, Insurance and Octroi (if applicable).VAT over and above 12.5%, if applicable, will be charged extra. Prices and options are subject to change without prior notice. For further information, please contact your local Authorised MINI Dealer.
MINI is available as a premium brand in India and the MINI model range in India includes the MINI 3-door, the MINI 5-door, the MINI Convertible and the MINI Countryman.
MINI has established four exclusive outlets – Bird Automotive (Delhi), Infinity Cars (Mumbai), Navnit Motors (Bangalore) and KUN Exclusive (Hyderabad).
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