Buying a new vehicle is an exciting experience––or at least it should be. Most would agree they enjoy the pleasure of choosing their favorite model, picking out colors, adding accessories, and driving their new vehicle off the lot. But that’s not usually all there is to it, unfortunately.
The eBook offers recommendations on how to target and retain current and new customers, particularly second owners in the lucrative and growing 4- to 6- year old vehicle market.
Regardless of why a customer is calling, it’s important to remember that what they’re really in the market for is an outstanding customer experience. If they feel valued and respected during every interaction with your dealership––including while on hold––they will be far more likely to reward you with their business.
This eBook, the first in a series about industry disruptors, will share practical guidelines on how to thrive as the winds of change sweep across the automotive industry.
In today’s saturated market it’s more difficult than ever to stand apart. That’s why, beyond vehicle sales or service, you should be selling unparalleled customer experience (CX). Gain a key differentiator over your competition with a few CX basics. Here’s a quick look at what nailing it looks like––and what to avoid.
Combination creates a leading provider of marketing technology and software solutions exclusively serving automotive manufacturers and dealerships in the U.S.
Looking at your website through the eyes of prospective customers can be a real eye-opener. Instead of thinking of your website primarily as a tool for selling, turn it into an indispensable research resource for your customers.
Any sales or service professional knows the importance of a flawless first impression. Eliminating data silos in favor of a smart, integrated approach can upgrade that first interaction from “Hi, how can I help you today?” to “Hi, Bill, let’s test drive that F-150 Platinum you’re interested in” or “Hi, Diane, do you want to book your next service appointment at your usual time on Monday morning?”