BMW for sale Uganda

Buy a BMW in Uganda.

Are you looking for a car for sale in Kampala at the best price. We will do the best effort to make sure that you get the best car.

We have a wide range of different cars for sale. Our fleet of BMW cars for sale includes the BMW m1, BMW m3, BMW x3, BMW x5, BMW x6 and BMW x7.

Do you have the car and you are looking for a reliable buyer, we will be able to find you the perfect buyer for your car. Simply get in touch with us.

Buy BMW cars in Kampala.

We sell different models of  cars in Kampala. We will be able to sell you brand new cars with a new Number plate. Do you want to have a wonderful time in Uganda, drive the BMW. This is one of  the best cars to drive. It is simply classy to drive a car. It just feels great to drive the car.

Used BMW cars for sale in Kampala.

We sell different used cars in Kampala. There are many car owners in Uganda. Many of these wonderful owners are willing to sell off their cars for different reasons, we will be able to get you the best  car depending on your needs.

Whatever model of car that you would like to buy, we will surely look it out and get it to you. We have a wonderful network of great brokers who are highly willing to find the best car at any time of the day.

The price of a BMW car in Uganda.

The price of the  car depends on the Model, year of manufacturer, mileage, and  others.  For example, you can get a good BMW x3 2008 at Ush 40millions.

More than 29 Used and New BMW cars for sale at our dealership in Kampala Uganda. Price starting from Ush 12000000

Buy the best cars in Uganda by simply getting in touch with us.

History of BMW Cars.

BMW, which stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (Bavarian Motor Works), is a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer with a long and fascinating history. Here’s an overview of the key milestones in BMW’s history:

Early Beginnings (1916-1928): BMW’s roots can be traced back to the early 20th century when it was originally founded as a company named “Rapp Motorenwerke” in 1913. In 1916, the company was restructured and renamed “Bayerische Motoren Werke AG” (BMW). Initially, BMW produced aircraft engines during World War I. After the war, BMW faced financial challenges and shifted its focus to other products like motorcycle engines and industrial machinery.

Entry into Automobile Manufacturing (1928-1939): In 1928, BMW acquired the Fahrzeugfabrik Eisenach, a company that was producing small cars based on the Austin Seven under license. With this acquisition, BMW entered the automobile manufacturing business. The first car entirely designed by BMW was the Dixi 3/15 PS, introduced in 1929, which was essentially a rebadged version of the Austin Seven.

Pre-World War II Success (1930s): During the 1930s, BMW began producing more car models, including the iconic BMW 328 sports car, which gained fame for its racing successes and design innovation. The 328 featured a lightweight chassis and a powerful inline-six engine, making it a formidable competitor in motorsport events.

World War II and Post-War Challenges (1940s – 1950s): During World War II, BMW once again focused on aircraft engine production for the German military. After the war, the company faced severe challenges due to the destruction of its production facilities and the ban on German aircraft engine production. BMW initially resumed production of motorcycles and later focused on economy cars and industrial engines to rebuild its business.

The “New Class” Era (1960s): In the 1960s, BMW faced financial difficulties once again, but it managed to turn its fortunes around with the introduction of the “New Class” of cars. These compact and sporty sedans, including models like the BMW 1500, 1600, and 2000, became popular and reestablished BMW’s reputation for engineering and performance.

The “Ultimate Driving Machine” (1970s – Present): The 1970s and 1980s saw BMW’s rise to prominence as a premium brand known for its focus on driving dynamics and performance. The company introduced iconic models like the BMW 3 Series, 5 Series, and 7 Series, which further solidified its reputation as the “Ultimate Driving Machine.” BMW continued to expand its lineup with SUVs, such as the X3, X5, and X7, catering to a broader range of customers.

Embracing Electric Mobility (2010s – Present): In response to the growing interest in electric vehicles, BMW launched its “BMW i” sub-brand, dedicated to electric and plug-in hybrid cars. The BMW i3, an all-electric city car, and the BMW i8, a plug-in hybrid sports car, were among the first models introduced under this initiative. BMW has been continuously working on electrification and has integrated electric powertrains into some of its mainstream models as well.

Throughout its history, BMW has remained a symbol of engineering excellence, innovation, and driving pleasure, maintaining its position as one of the leading luxury car manufacturers in the world.

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