Chevrolet has just launched a new online sales service to boost the marketing of its vehicles in South Korea. Starting Tuesday, August 18, the new “Chevrolet e-quotation consulting service” is available on the brand’s website in the Asian country, offering an improved and very convenient remote sales experience in this contactless era.
The Chevrolet e-quotation service is the General Motors’ new online sales tool in South Korea, which provides customers with the same level of consultation offered in physical stores by accessing the local Chevy website at any time and place. The service provides very detailed estimates, as it not only allows you to select the equipment and other options of the vehicle, but also discounts and payment methods.
As such, customers interested in purchasing a Chevrolet vehicle can check the high-quality images of all models through this service and select trim, options and accessories. Also, by directly entering detailed information such as points/discounts, payment options and shipping methods, shoppers can receive the same price quotes as they would in person at the dealership.
“The launch of the Chevrolet e-quotation consulting service has allowed us to provide innovative and more convenient non-face-to-face services to customers,” said Marketing Manager of GM Korea, Jeong-Yoon Jeong, in a press release. “Since we entered the market, we are looking for various ways to actively respond to new needs of our customers,” added.
Another benefit is that the pricing information received through the Chevrolet e-quotation consulting service can be saved, so that customers can verify it again or cancel it through the website. Once they have decided to complete the purchase, customers must proceed with a down payment on the website and fill out the contract through their preferred dealer – who will deliver the vehicle to them.
GM Korea reports that the new Chevrolet e-quotation consulting service offers an optimized user experience and interface for all platforms, while significantly improved loading speed when viewing the different configurations selected for the vehicle. With this convenient new tool, the company hopes to fully capitalize on the high demand for the all-new Trailblazer, Traverse and Colorado in the country.