Audi India Offering Complimentary Service to its Doctor Customers

02/07/2021 - 10:30 | ,  ,   | Utkarsh

Audi India recognises its doctor customers for being COVID frontline warriors. As a token of gratitude, the company is offering a complimentary scheduled service to them.

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Audi India has announced a special initiative exclusively for doctors who own an Audi car. The German brand, along with its dealer partners, is offering a complimentary scheduled service (which covers engine oil, oil filter, dust and pollen filter, air filter and related labour costs) that is due, along with a complimentary sanitisation at any authorised service facility. This offer is valid from July 2021 until May 2022.

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Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India, said:

For over a year, doctors have been at the frontlines, relentlessly working round-the-clock to ensure the safety and well-being of patients. We are grateful for all they do and as a token of appreciation, the company is offering to cover the entire cost of the next minor service along with complimentary sanitisation for all doctors who are existing Audi India customers.

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This isn’t the first time Audi India has taken such an initiative. Last year, frontline workers who are Audi customers were eligible for a complimentary disinfection/cleaning of the interiors, cleaning of the exteriors, and general checkup of their Audi vehicles, along with a pick-up and drop in a courtesy car.

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In other news, Audi India had announced in June that it will bring the Audi e-tron in the country this month. The new electric SUV will be launched in India on 22 July and will give electric cars such as the Mercedes-Benz EQC and Jaguar I-Pace a reason to worry. Audi India is already accepting bookings for the upcoming e-tron. Interested buyers can reserve one by paying a token amount of INR 5 lakh. The ex-showroom price of the new electric SUV is expected to fall in the INR 1-1.5 crore bracket.

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