Auto Dealers Use Mobile Apps to Connect With Their Customers
Auto Dealers Use Mobile Apps to Connect With Their Customers http://www.wikimotive.net
Auto dealers are racing to go mobile and reach out to customers. Mobile usage and mobile search continues to grow and customers are using their smartphones for product research, news, entertainment and everything else. http://www.wikimotive.net
Mobile App Functionality http://www.wikimotive.net • Search and Sort new and pre-owned inventory by price/model/ year • View complete car details - multiple photos/videos • Save or share your favorite auto search results (social buying) • Request a service appointment • View payment details • View service specials • Maps and directions • Easy “click-to-call” phone access • Store hours • Coupons/Special • Social sharing on Twitter/Facebook
http://www.wikimotive.net Here are examples of Auto Dealers having mobile apps..
Sunridge Nissan Dealer 1 Sunridge Nissan serves all customers in and around the Calgary area as well as both northern and southern Alberta.
Land Rover Palm Beach 2 Land Rover Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, FL, also serving Fort Lauderdale, FL and Port St. Lucie, FL.
Martin Honda 3 Martin Honda is your Newark Delaware Honda dealer with the inventory and pricing to get you into the car of your dreams today.
Lacombe Ford Dealer 4 Lacombe Ford is a full service dealership located in Lacombe, Alberta and Canada.
Town and Country Toyota 5 Town and Country Toyota is a Charlotte TOYOTA Dealer located in Charlotte, North Carolina.
<ul><li>Dealers are moving customer service to the palm of customers hands. </li></ul><ul><li>Some apps even have a "Roadside Assistance" button. </li></ul><ul><li>Forward looking dealers even offer local reviews and coupons of </li></ul><ul><li>nearby restaurants, parks, museums and theatres. </li></ul>
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