Visiting dealers is considered to be one of the most stressful elements of the new car, the purchase, the idea of haggling over a price, put a little off or cost them thousands more than it should.
The industry is responding, even if, with more and more manufacturers taking the sale online. Take a look below at which automobile manufacturers currently have internet marketplaces.
Which car brands have online sales?
Mitsubishi is the last manufacturer to offer online sales of car, the brand of the entire line-up available to be purchased through its web site. All sales of styles, including PCP, hire purchase, cash and business contract hire are available. Bought the cars are then taken to a local dealer or can be delivered to the home.
Peugeot has launched its service online sales, Order Online, in January 2017. The brand of the online sales service is distant from that of the other efforts online, allowing customers to configure and order a car to their needs, rather than being limited to buy shares of the distributor. The buyers can track the progress of their order from order to delivery.
Smart, purchase online plan focuses on the speed and convenience of the brand claimed that the customer can have their car within 12 days, although some may take more time. A Â£250 deposit, reserve a car, even if cars are offered for a predefined configuration. Buyers can, however, choose between a standard offer, to lower monthly payments or a decrease of the PPC deposit.
Hyundai has launched its On For Purchase of the plan is not long before that Smart has launched its service, and offers discounts on its range of models available for sale online. Cash buyers can complete the entire transaction online, but those who are looking for a finance deal to go to a dealership to complete the paperwork. The proposed cars Click To Buy can be delivered within a week from placing the order.
Jaguar Land Rover
The sister brands, like many others on this list, has worked with the digital, a specialist in the distribution Rockar for the launch of its online sales service. The site is accompanied by a mall-based retail space, with product experts on hand to explain the characteristics of the customers, who can then buy on-line at their leisure later.
BMW has chosen the UK to be the first market for the launch of the online sales, with all of its line-up of 46 models available for purchase online. The brand has claimed that he was the first in the UK to offer complete the order and process of funding online. BMW is yet to deploy the service to the sister of the Mini brand.
Coach sister brand What Car? also runs its own online car buying service, discounts are available from dealers up and down the country.