Swansway Motor Group Launches Quick and Easy Car Buying Service

Customers of Swansway Motor Group in the North West can now buy cars entirely online. Their new online service allows them to select and pay for a car in full or apply for a finance arrangement, allowing for simply Click’n’Collect purchases.

July 4, 2020 / / —

Swansway Motor Group, a car dealership franchise based across the North West, has launched an online service that allows customers to purchase from the comfort of their own home. Customers can now buy vehicles online, either by paying for it in full on the website or by applying for and receiving finance deals without having to need to visit any physical dealership.

The ability to purchase a car online is a new evolution for Swansway Motor Group, which has allowed customers to browse their stock and reserve the car that they want by paying a £99 deposit for many years. The £99 deposit can be paid by credit or debit card and the Group has expanded the options to allow for payment via Apple Pay or Google Pay to make it as easy as possible. And now those customers can proceed to the next step and start the process of purchasing the car outright without having to follow up without a physical visit.

Vehicle finance has been fully integrated into the website in order to make it easier for customers to find the right finance type for them. Customers can also change their deposit and finance term to suit their individual requirements. Customers can start by browsing the available stock, can get a part-exchange valuation if they want, then apply for finance online or pay in full. Once the purchase is complete, the vehicle will be waiting for them at the dealership so they can make any final inspections before driving off with the car of their choice.

The website makes it easy for customers to customise and track their purchases. Each visitor can make their own account which tracks ongoing deals, as well as allowing them to save their favourite vehicles, quotes, and any finance applications they have completed or started on. There’s no rush to complete an application in one sitting, as they can save their progress and complete it next time when they have the information they need.

Despite offering complete online car sales, Swansway Motor Group is still there to help ensure the best possible car purchase experience. They offer virtual appointments that can take place on any phone, tablet, or computer, so customers can speak to their team and watch live videos of the vehicles that they’re interested in. Once the full payment of a vehicle is confirmed, the Group will arrange a collection appointment on a date and time to suit the customer. This collection will be contact-free and take place in a dedicated handover area.

To learn more about Swansway Motor Group, their new buy online services, and the stock available, visit their website at https://www.swanswaygarages.com/.

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Notes for the Editor: Please send any press inquiries to Anna Ling by mailing them to Swansway Group, Gateway Crewe Cheshire CW1 6YY or by calling directly on 01270 848971. Email inquiries can be sent to A.Ling@swanswaygarages.com.

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Name: Anna Ling
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Organization: Swansway Motor Group
Address: Swansway Group, Gateway Crewe Cheshire CW1 6YY
Phone: 01270 848971
Website: https://www.swanswaygarages.com/

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