Fiat Chrysler says it has inked a deal with the e-commerce giant to sell its vehicles for a discount online, but only if the buyers live in Italy.
We'll keep you posted about the potential expansion of Amazon Auto, but in the meantime the online retailer's video service has a new vehicle show you can start watching. The process of buying a auto through Amazon is actually quite simple. Which has been Amazon's business scheme since the beginning, and has put many brick and mortar retailers out of business.
In terms of the vehicle selection, Fiat has good reasons to offer these three models in the country. It will only be limited to three models. This was mentioned by FCA Italy's Gianluca Italia.
The manager at the world's seventh largest carmaker said the partnership will appeal to buyers looking for deals from the comfort of their own home, adding that existing promotions will be improved by up to 33 percent for online customers. "No wait, scratch that-buy me a vehicle".
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Once customers have finalized their options online, an Amazon representative will get in touch with them on where they can finalize the purchase and pick up their new auto. Moreover, the partnership suggests that the vehicles would be ready within two weeks of buyers' initial click.
He also said in an online press conference that it will be a new, more efficient and transparent way to choose a new vehicle. A customer buying online doesn't waste an hour or more of a sales rep's time, there's no commission to be paid, and no wear and tear as a test driver kicks the wheels and floors the gas pedal.
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