Hyundai Motors India has started online car sales along with sales assistance. Company's 'click to buy' online platform consits of 500 dealerships around the country.
Hyundai Motors India has recently announced a new initiative to make the car buying process easy for the customer. India’s second-largest carmaker has officially unveiled a new online platform named as ‘Click To Buy’. It consists of over 500 dealerships across the country. This new platform will enable buyers to purchase new Hyundai vehicles easily. Back in January 2020, Hyundai introduced a pilot project with several dealers in Delhi-NCR region but the initiative is now covering the entire country. It includes all the Hyundai models, including the new Hyundai Creta, Verna facelift, Venue and more.
Back in January 2020, Hyundai introduced a pilot project with several dealers in Delhi-NCR region
Mr SS Kim, MD&CEO, Hyundai Motors India said, “Hyundai has pioneered the digital sales arena in India with ‘Click to Buy’ that is India’s first online sales platform offering the new-age digital customers seamless and convenient option to remotely purchase new Hyundai cars from the safety of their homes. Over the last decade, retail sales have been witness to a paradigm shift with new-age customers heavily inclined to online purchase of products. With pan India integration of Dealerships under ‘Click to Buy’, Hyundai is offering its tech-savvy customers a transparent and easy way of purchasing their favourite Hyundai cars.”
“The ‘Click to Buy’ platform will act as an additional sales channel for all our Dealerships across India thereby creating additional opportunities for remote interaction with customers and facilitation of sale even during periods when customers are unable to visit showrooms,” He added.
The domestic portfolio of the carmaker also includes new-gen Hyundai Creta and 2020 Verna
While buying a vehicle a customer can get in touch with the sales representatives at any stage of their purchase. A buyer can also select the delivery option between picking up the car from the preferred dealership or direct delivery to their homes. As the nation is under a lockdown at the moment and the trend of social distancing will likely continue for severay weeks after the lockdown is lifted, Hyundai's new program for online retail of cars is something that could go on to hugely benefit the local subsidiary of the South Korean carmaker giant.