Getting The Wheels Moving Again

As we transition out of lockdown and get the wheels of the economy moving again, many of us are having to adapt and look at new ways of doing things in the interim and perhaps the longer term which in can in turn create new innovation. And that is exactly what Auckland City BMW have been doing whilst also looking back and celebrating 50 years in business.

While they can look back over many decades of customers, vehicles and even economic cycles, they are also dealing with the immediate in terms of how to assist customers at varying levels of alert levels whilst also setting in place new initiatives which might well be around for the next 50 years.

In terms of service, they have set in place safeguards which mean that customers can get their cars serviced through a contactless process. This includes the standard tyre and wheel alignment work. Their Parts Departments at both dealerships are also open for contactless parts and accessories enquiry.

And for those in the market for a new BMW, you can also get at home Test Drives, FaceTime consultations and vehicle appraisals. Yep, not only can you talk through any details face-to-face virtually but they will also bring the real test drive experience to you.

It might well be this customer-first focus and forward thinking that has allowed Auckland City BMW to become the largest BMW dealership in New Zealand and also the longest established BMW dealership in New Zealand. Auckland City BMW also recently launched a sister dealership, East Auckland BMW.

So whether it’s a service, a new BMW or used from the City or East, there’s nothing stopping you now.

Auckland City BMW in Newmarket  or  East Auckland BMW

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