Published on February 1st, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
BMW ActiveHybrid 3 Series and 5 Series Prices Come Down
The No.1 premium automaker celebrates 10th anniversary in Malaysia with a new lower pricing for the ActiveHybrid 3 and 5 Series cars. The BMW ActiveHybrid 3 Series is now priced at RM 398,800.00 and the BMW ActiveHybrid 5 is at RM 498,800.00. These revised retail prices are (on the road, without insurance, with BMW Service + Repair Inclusive (BS+RI)).
The BMW ActiveHybrid vehicles are fitted with exemplary and enhanced efficiency technology. The BMW ActiveHybrid 3 and BMW ActiveHybrid 5 consume an average of 5.9 litres per 100km and 6.8 litres per 100km respectively and emit CO2 emissions of only 139 grams per km and 160 grams per km respectively. BMW Group Malaysia is confident in its commitment to introducing the full range of its hybrid variants to Malaysian consumers, and the next phase of the BMW EfficientDynamics strategy will begin with the market introduction of the new BMW ActiveHybrid 7 later in the year.
In a recent statement by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), Minister Mustapa Mohamed, the EEV forms an important thrust of the soon to be announced revised NAP, which will transform and integrate the local automotive industry into the regional and global industry network. Additionally, MITI is working closely with the Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water to make Euro IV diesel available to move Malaysia forward in fuel efficiency and lower carbon emissions.
BMW Group Malaysia has always believed that clean and green technology is the future of the auto industry in the country. The premium automaker has been ranked as the number one automotive company in the specialized field for eight consecutive years by the globally respected Dow Jones Sustainability Index, Fleet Manufacturer of the Year at the Green Fleet Awards 2012, Top 5 and also the Top Automotive brand in this year’s most prestigious sustainability ratings worldwide, The Carbon Disclosure Project.