BMW XPO 2014 to kick off this Friday

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The Asian Carmakers Corporation (ACC), BMW’s official local importer and distributor, will be holding the BMW XPO 2014 this coming November 14 to 16 at its McKinley West BMW Pavilion in an event that will see motoring enthusiasts going hands-on with the best wares BMW has to offer.

To be included in the showcase will be the latest BMW cars, motorcycles, and bang-for-your-buck deals on both brand new and certified pre-owned BMW Premium Selection vehicles. There will also be test drives, free car check-ups, and attractive financing and leasing offers for all BMW vehicles, lifestyle items, and accessories.

The brightest stars for the event will be the hotly-anticipated BMW M3 Sedan, BMW M4 Coupe, BMW M235i, and BMW M135i, all from the company’s M Performance Automobiles section.

“Unlike any of our previous BMW XPO, this year’s event will be about taking sheer driving pleasure to the next level. THE BMW XPO 2014, to be held in our biggest venue to date,  will showcase the best of what BMW has to offer in a manner that will allow our guests to have a more holistic and unique BMW experience.  It will be made even more special with the public debut of the much awaited models from our BMW M division, the all-new BMW M3 and BMW M4 Coupe,” said ACC President Maricar Parco.

Further, three guests will get a chance to win a limited-edition BMW Ice Watch in the daily raffles; buyers of brand new BMW vehicles may win a BMW Cruise M-Bike; and buyers of certified pre-owned cars may go home with a BMW Cruise Bike.

“As the leader in the premium automotive segment, we are committed to continuously provide our customers with the promise of JOY.  Through the BMW XPO 2014, we reaffirm this commitment by providing BMW customers and fans an opportunity to enjoy a unique experience of BMW’s finest, all in one place,” added Parco.

Again, the BMW XPO 2014 will be this coming November 14 to 16 at the BMW Pavilion, McKinley West along Lawton Avenue, Fort Bonifacio.

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