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Free Samsung Lifestyle TV when you buy a new BMW

The next time you buy a new BMW from Quill Automobiles, you won’t just be driving home a set of sexy new wheels, but will also be taking home one of Samsung’s 2020 flagship lifestyle TVs. Thanks to the Government’s Short Term Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA) that give up to 100 per cent sales tax exemption on all new cars, it’s an opportune time for customers to take advantage of lower car prices.

Samsung’s unique lifestyle TVs—The Sero, The Serif, and The Frame, go beyond the concept of a traditional TV. Instead, they are reimagined as pieces of home décor that elevates the design of your living space and enhance your lifestyle.

With the same vision to offer a rewarding and prestigious experience, Quill Automobiles has revolutionised the BMW purchase experience through various forward-thinking initiatives such as its QA Rewards programme and Test Drive to your Doorstep campaign.

Quill Automobiles says there is plenty of positive sentiment surrounding the sales tax holiday. “The idea to work with Samsung Electronics Malaysia is something that has been brewing for a while, and we are grateful that it has now come to fruition. Buying a BMW with Quill Automobiles is always a rewarding and thrilling experience, and this is a promise to our loyal customers which we intend to uphold for many years to come,”,” said Alex Tang, dealer principal of Quill Automobiles.

The Sero, The Serif and The Frame are available to customers for a limited time and is available exclusively at Quill Automobiles, Petaling Jaya.

For more information about BMW vehicles, visit http://www.quill-automobiles.com.my/. For more information about Samsung Lifestyle TVs, visit https://www.samsung.com/my/lifestyle-tvs/


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