BMW Motorrad has announced the appointment of Kun Motorrad as its dealer partner in Chennai. The dealership is headed by U Venkatesh, Dealer Principal, Kun Motorrad. The new showroom is located at RR Complex, Anna Salai in Chennai. The dealership will deliver international standards of sales, service, spare parts and business systems in all processes to ensure that customers receive the best pre and post sales ownership experience.
Presently, BMW Motorrad is setting up the team and dealer network in India. Shivapada Ray has been appointed as the Head of BMW Motorrad in India. BMW Motorrad has set up dealerships in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Chennai.
The brand currently offers products in segments like Sports, Tour, Roadster, Heritage and Adventure. BMW Motorrad dealerships in India will display the S 1000 RR, R 1200 RS, R 1200 RT, K 1600 GTL, R 1200 R, S 1000 R, R NineT, R NineT Scrambler, R 1200 G S Adventure, R 1200 GS and the S 1000 XR which are available as Completely Built-up Units (CBU).
Speaking on the occasion, Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said that a BMW is the ultimate riding machine in its purest form. Each BMW motorcycle is a promise to the customer that they have acquired an outstanding product for outstanding moments. This is what BMW Motorrad stands for, each day, with each ride. They convey emotions, a certain lifestyle, and unique experiences, and they have done so for a long time. They intend to embark on this success story in India with their ongoing product offensive that has already begun and by increasing their presence in the country with the right partners.
U Venkatesh, Dealer Principal, Kun Motorrad added, “We take great pride in our relationship with BMW Group India that is more than a decade old. With this new partnership with BMW Motorrad, we will continue to offer the most aspirational products and motorcycling lifestyle. We stand true to the brand promise – ‘Make Life a Ride’ and will introduce the charisma of BMW Motorrad to our customers and prospects in the region.”