Now’s the time to buy your most wanted bimmer. Asian Carmakers Corporation (ACC), the local importer and distributor of BMW cars, is offering exclusive treats for its soon-to-be customers during the BMW Premium Selection (BPS) weekend sale.
Happening from August 25 to 29, 2016, patrons who will buy BMW’s certified pre-owned vehicles from Autoallee BMW, Autohaus BMW, and Prestige Cars BMW will receive a P100,000 gift credit and a BMW Advanced Car Eye Dash Cam System.
The BMW Advanced Car Eye Dash Cam System is a highly sensitive full-HD front and rear camera that automatically records and stores critical driving situations with real time view. It has a split screen interface, in which you can see both displays at the same time. Moreover, it continues recording even when you’re parked as it can detect movements and impacts.
It also has a GPS receiver where it tracks your speed and the path that you’ve taken. The camera has an intuitive user controls and videos are saved on a Micro-SD that can easily be accessed through a computer.
Of note, AutoDeal offers a number of certified pre-owned BMW vehicles. It ranges from models such as the 2014 X1, 2014 X3, 2014 X6, 2014 Z4, 2013 7-Series, among others. For more information of BPS cars that are available in AutoDeal, visit our Certified Pre-Owned Promos page.
Aside from the certified pre-owned cars in AutoDeal, ACC's BPS Weekend will feature a number of vehicles to choose from. BPS vehicle models that are up for grabs include a 2015 BMW 218i Active Tourer Luxury, 2014 BMW X1 sDrive 18d Sport, 2014 BMW 320d M Sport, 2013 BMW 120d Coupe, among others.
ACC said that every BPS vehicle went through a 360-degree technical check and has a certified vehicle story. With this, you’re assured that the certified pre-owned vehicle that you’ll buy was kept in top shape.
It will also come with the following benefits: 12-month BPS warranty, 12-month maintenance-free guarantee, 24/7 BMW Roadside Assistance, and optional BMW Service Inclusive for maintenance and replacement services.
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