Audi India appoints New Dealer in Kolkata – Audi Kolkata (Adventure Auto Car India Limited)
Audi Kolkata will cater to Audi India’s largest market in Eastern India
Kolkata, December 07, 2019: Audi, the German luxury car manufacturer, today announced its association with Adventure Auto Car India Limited, part of the Motherson Group, for Audi Kolkata. With this appointment, Audi India strengthens its presence in Eastern India, accomplishing the demands of customers from West Bengal.
Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India, said, “Audi India is focused on growing its market presence and expanding its customer base in the Eastern part of India. Kolkata is an extremely important market for the brand. The appointment of Adventure Auto Car India Limited will help aid customers’ demands in this region. Customers are always at the core of what we do and we are extremely happy to associate with Adventure Auto Car India Limited, part of the Motherson Group, which has to its name decades of automotive experience in the Indian market.”
Commenting on the association, Mr. Laksh Vaaman Sehgal, Dealer Principal, Audi Kolkata said, “We are delighted to associate with Audi in Kolkata and are looking forward to cater to our esteemed customers in this market. Our customers can expect a superior luxury experience that the brand with the four rings is known for. With Audi Kolkata, we will be catering to the growing requirements of Audi enthusiasts across West Bengal.”
Customers can call +91-9830400062 for sales related enquiries. They can also visit The Audi Kolkata Experience Centre at Taj Bengal in Kolkata to experience the best that Audi has to offer.
Customers can call +91-6292206230 & +91-833484200 for all service related queries. The service facility is located at ‘Audi Service Kolkata’, B3-57A, New Budge Budge Trunk Road, Maheshtala, Kolkata 700141.
Alternatively, customers can call the Audi India helpline 18004195757 for any service related queries.
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