Since the pandemic hit the globe, many industries have been coming up with ways to make almost everything contactless. Of course, not everything can be made contactless. But thanks to the internet, you don't have to risk going out to buy what you need. That includes purchasing your next car.
The folks at AC Motors (Ayala Corporation) just made car shopping a lot easier and safer with the launch of their new website. With six brands under their wing, you can shop for a wide selection of motorcycles, cars, pick-ups, MPVs, SUVs, and even heavy-duty trucks, all within your fingertips.
The six brands you can choose from are Honda, Isuzu, Kia, KTM (motorcycles), Maxus, and Volkswagen. All in all, there are 159 models and variants you can view on the website. Not only that, you can reserve the vehicle of your choice with a click of a button and also apply for financing.
So, how does it all work? Simply head over to the AC Motors website and sign in with your details. To make things even easier, you can even sign in through your Facebook or Google account. After that, you will be required to upload a photo of your driver's license. From there, you can reserve any of the vehicles offered by AC Motors. To reserve a vehicle, simply click on the model you want and add it to your cart.
But what if you just want to go (virtual) window shopping? Well, you don't need to sign-up to browse around the website. Navigating around the site is simple, and you can sort out vehicles by make, body style, price, and even seating capacity. All vehicles displayed on the website show pricing, specifications, financing options, quote requests, and test drive bookings.
If you're ready to make a purchase, you can choose your preferred dealer. From there, it's up to you if you want the transaction to be done at home or the dealership. Of course, that will all depend on the dealership whether it's allowed.
With this website, you no longer have to head out and put yourself at risk of the virus. It's one way to keep us safe at home and make car shopping as convenient as possible.