The Porsche has tried for an online sale of pre-owned cars and SUVs in the US. The work has been started with 25 dealers and seems quiet musing. Though, there is an exception to the catch that you will have to find a way to your dealers’ house for the paperwork. You will also need to go to his house to pick up your order or the car as precisely.
The Classic idea!
The idea is not at all surprising, but the exception is somewhat funny. Yeah! The paperwork thing for an online sale for reviews with a physical dealer is not up to the standards, and there are possible chances of the skip. It is similar to the concept that got introduced by airports. They allowed passengers in with a touch screen system, but then you see a whole system failing. You still had to stand in a long line for the luggage checkup.
Sites like CarMax and Carvana have successfully introduced the idea of buying cars online. But Porsche has got a new thing with the old cars and new dealers. So, better to go in with a careful stride than running into lawsuits or losses. The exception comes the way of Tesla to fulfil the Boasts of CEO Elon Musk in a few seconds. Tesla gives you the online order in a few minutes; the door to door delivery is excellent.
Lets settle the Differences!!
Talking of the essential difference, Porsche gives you shipping without delay with no separate trip. But there must be some time to think over the decisions. And Tesla says no to it. It gets backfired in his style. Whereas in case of Porsche, you snap for the order and have ample time to rethink your decisions till you reach the dealer’s house. Along with plays, the anxiety and right decisions may come late.
The trip doesn’t give much of reflection time, though as there are only 25 of 191 dealers owned and operated by Porsche. Porsche also has tried the online thing in Germany. Though Porsche still wants to add dealers for online trade-in future, but for now, all depends on the result and feedback. Stay tuned to the pilot plan.