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New BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine Iconic Edition launched at Rs 53.50 lakh

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BMW India has dispatched the 3 Series Iconic Edition with costs beginning at Rs 53.50 lakh for the petroleum and ₹ 54.90 lakh for the diesel form. All costs are ex-display area. The maker is just contribution restricted units of the unique version model and it will only be accessible for buy on the web. The 3 Series Gran Limousine Iconic Edition comes in select paint plans including Mineral White, Carbon Blac and Cashmere Silver with Cognac inside. The feature is the ‘sparkle kidney grille’ that accompanies LED lights inside that give blue brightening.

On the outside, the new 3 Series Gran Limousine Iconic version gets the ‘Famous Glow Kidney Grille’ work which enlightens the vehicle’s front grille, like that on the new X6 SUV.

Inside the lodge, the Iconic version gets ‘Vernasca’ cowhide upholstery for the back seats, new headrest pads for second column travelers, a coat holder with base transporter, a gem gear shift handle with an enlightened ‘3’ model logo, solace seats at the front and ‘Welcome Light Carpet’ puddle lights that are projected from the side ledges.

The new BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine Iconic Edition is accessible in three tones – Mineral White, Carbon Black and Cashmere Silver, while the inside upholstery is done in Cognac/Black.

The 3 Series Gran Limousine Iconic release likewise accompanies BMW’s Service Inclusive bundles, what start at Rs 48,262 for the petroleum and Rs 65,018 for the diesel. Moreover, purchasers can likewise pick a long term/limitless mileage service agreement for Rs 38,114 for the two forms.

The Iconic Edition of the cantina is fueled by petroleum and diesel motors. First and foremost, there is a 2.0-liter four-chamber super petroleum motor that makes 255bhp and 400Nm of force. The subsequent one is a 2.0-liter four-chamber super diesel motor that produces 188bhp and 400nm of force. Both the engines are combined with an eight-speed programmed transmission.

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