BMW India discontinues certain variants of 1, 3, 5 Series – Report


Will target model alternatives that turn profits for the company.

By the end of 2014, BMW India had released the up to date price listing of its model range with regard to 2015, where prices of most models have been increased in the wake of increased excise obligation and manufacturer-level price increase. The different difference in the price list is the omission of petrol driven variants of an few versions – that is the 1 and 3 Sequence models – and a few diesel driven variants of other versions.
2015 BMW India Price List

BMW received released their updated price list with regard to 2015, where prices of most models have been increased.

Although BMW hasn’t formally confirmed the discontinuation, reports declare that its omission may be due to be able to upcoming facelifts or even poor demand for these types of models. The variants under consideration are: 116i Status, 328i Hobby Plus, 520d Modern Line, 525d Luxury Plus, X1 20d inside both Trip and Hobby Line alternatives.

Over the years, BMW has been shrinking its petrol driven model selection to a handful of cars (top-spec variants with the 7 Sequence, Z4 Roadster and their brand-new lineup of M cars) because of more demand for diesel powered models in the luxury section.