Auto-Makers Prefer Online/No-contact Sales Policy
The next time to want to purchase a vehicle, be it a car or a motorcycle, be prepared to do so using an online method. Automobile manufacturers are now going for online car sale and taking a different approach towards sales. Most of the manufacturers have set up websites or mobile apps for the purpose. The pandemic of coronavirus has changed the way automobile sale at dealerships functions. Let’s see who is offering what type of service.
People’s inclination would most likely go back to use a personal mobility vehicle due to need of extra hygiene standards and fear of infection from coronavirus. This, in turn, could start an increase in car sales. However, manufacturers are prepared for this and have now launched online platforms to sell their cars. They have devised ways to boost sales thru’ online bookings. In this list of car makers are Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, MG Motors, Honda, Ford and Mahindra.
Online Car Sale: Mahindra & Ford
Mahindra recently announced launch of ‘Own Online’. It is an online car sale platform through which the interested buyers can buy a car in a simple four-step process. Customers can also personalise their vehicles and instantly generate an exchange. Besides, they can get finance and insurance quotations and make booking payment for online car sale. Now, you can buy an SUV by just placing an online order just like a Pizza. You can book a Mahindra SUV here.
Ford India launched contactless sales, services to fight coronavirus infections. The company also focused on maintaining social distancing norms in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. It has a new procedure called Dial-A-Ford. It will allow a prospective customers to book, test drive or even get the delivery of new vehicle at their doorstep. You can book a Ford service here.
Honda & Volvo
Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) introduces 'Honda from Home' online booking platform. Honda offers car purchase options from the comfort of home, without needing to visit the dealership. Honda informed that it integrates HCIL’s pan-India dealerships. Besides, it allows customers to surf through the product options, select their preferred dealership and book their car online. According to Honda, providing ‘Joy of Buying’ to our customers is at the core of its corporate philosophy. You can book a Honda car here.
Volvo Car India also joined the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Jeep, and Volkswagen in offering a ‘contactless’ sales and service platform to its consumers. Volvo dubbed its online car sale facility as contactless program. Its new initiative will help prospective as and current Volvo car buyers to avail sales and aftersales services online. Furthermore, Volvo said that all of its dealerships are being disinfected and are provided with PPEs and sanitizers. For that, the company has joined hands with 3M. You can book a Volvo here.