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BMW 116d Efficient Dynamics...

20 April 2015, 03:50 PM

Not long ago, the only luxury car company that existed in India was Mercedes-Benz and was regarded as a synonym for class and status. However, a certain Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, or simply put BMW, has gone ahead and caused a paradigm shift in the demand pattern. BMW cars have performed exceptionally well due to their high level technology and features. A number of BMW car dealers in India have been expecting the BMW 116d to be launched in the country. The chances of this model performing well are because hatchback cars in India are the best, be it in terms of convenience or style. There are a number of features, including BMW 116d Efficient Dynamics and BMW 116d interior, which set it apart from other models.

BMW 116d efficient dynamics

There is a lot more to BMW cars than just fancy features and style, something that people often forget. BMW 116d Efficient Dynamics, for example is something that is not discussed about at all due to it’s, to call it, boring nature. However, this technology in BMW 116d is something that sets it apart and makes the model a one of a kind. The maximisation of energy and minimising wastage embody the BMW 116d Efficient Dynamics. Plenty of BMW car dealers in India, reportedly, are making themselves aware about technologies like Brake Energy Regeneration, Auto Start-Stop Function and Electric Power Steering. Not only BMW 116d interior but the chassis has also been optimised by the firm to make this model more efficient aerodynamically. To make things better, BMW 116d could be launched in the subcontinent soon, making it one of the top notch performance based hatchback cars in India.

BMW cars have sort of revolutionised things in the international car market and the BMW 116d’s Efficient Dynamics represent that fact really well. Lowering of fuel consumption through optimisation, saving energy, reducing emissions and ensuring easy driving, are concepts that have risen to the fore in the past few years. Though the knowledge about such facts is quite low in India due to BMW’s niche market, things are expected to improve in the next 5 to 10 years as the customer becomes more aware.

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