Auto, a venture of K2 Group India, that is into pre-owned premium luxury cars
is planning to spread its wings across the country with its outlets. The brand
has expanded its presence in Delhi, with the launch of a new showroom at
Naraina Vihar, New Delhi. It already has a showroom at Delhi’s Britannia Chowk.
will be Kings Auto’s second outlet in the capital city. The showroom houses
more than 100 luxury car brands like Range Rover, Audi, BMW, Porsche, Jaguar
and others. The showroom was inaugurated by Mohit Bansal and Shubham Bansal of
Bansals are now planning a major
expansion plan pan India. They claim that though the pandemic has affected the
economy, it has not dented the appetite of people to buy pre owned luxury cars.
are delighted to announce the opening of our second biggest luxury car showroom
in Delhi. With this new showroom, we have once again raised the benchmark of
distinction and portrayed the brand's commitment to unparalleled levels, which
enabled us to achieve the leadership position in auto sector. It is the
aspiration of our esteem luxury customers that has made us move to one more
location in Delhi. This is just the beginning and we plan to open many more
showrooms across India very soon,” they stated.
Kings Auto also helps customers with easy
financing options to own their dream car. The company works with a staff of
over 70+ professionals including engineers, mechanics and sales professionals,
to provide pre-owned vehicle sales and services.
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