Louis Bassoul & Pierre Heneine founded Bassoul-Heneine and opened the first showroom in Ain El Mreisseh for Renault brand cars.
Bassoul-Heneine adds BMW to its portfolio, making it the market leader in luxury cars.
Alfa Romeo joins the Bassoul-Heneine family.
The Mar Elias Bassoul-Heneine Workshop opens to better serve a growing list of clients.
Bassoul-Heneine dominates the racing scene in Lebanon.
Bassoul-Heneine manages to increase coverage across Lebanon, despite the outbreak of the civil war.
With an 80% market share, Bassoul-Heneine becomes market leader, due to the end of the war coinciding with the launch of the bestselling BMW 3 Series.
MINI joins the Bassoul-Heneine family.
BMW Motorrad is added to the Bassoul-Heneine listing, expanding the prominence of BMW.
Bassoul-Heneine brings Dacia to Lebanon in an effort to provide consumers with a wider selection.
Bassoul-Heneine inaugurates dedicated and exclusive showrooms and state of the art service centers for each of the brands they represent.
The Mar Elias Service Centre, MINI Showroom and Pre-owned Vehicles Centre are remodelled and refurbished.
Bassoul-Heneine wins Best Customer Service Manager for the fifth year in a row.
Bassoul-Heneine celebrates 60 years of Renault.
Rolls Royce joins the Bassoul-Heneine family.
Bassoul-Heneine renovates its Dacia and Renault showroom.
Bassoul-Heneine celebrates 60 years of BMW and is named the car brand’s oldest importer.
Bassoul-Heneine refurbishes its parts department.