Tata Motors has launched 'Click to Drive' an online buying platform amid Coronavirus Pandemic.

Tata Motors in an attempt to reach out to its prospective customers across the country during the current Coronavirus Lockdown has launched an online buying platform. Referred to as 'Click to Drive', the initiative aims to connect the customer to 750 plus Tata Motors Authorised dealership from where he or she can buy their desired vehicle by just clicking a button. The programme also offers home delivery of the vehicle so purchased at your doorstep during such challenging times. 



How does it work? Well, log onto: https://cars.tatamotors.com/click-to-drive . Customers can simply register here and select a vehicle of their choice from the current portfolio of products with the assistance of a video brochure. This particular video brochure gives insights into each car and the features that it has to offer. Having done that and chosen a vehicle, the next step is to select the nearest dealer according to your locality from the 750 plus outlet highlighted by Tata Motors on their Click to Drive landing page. Moving on, the buyer can then pay the booking amount and in return will receive an immediate order confirmation by e-mail and is then guided on the step-by-step buying journey by the Tata Motors call centre and a sales consultant from their preferred dealership. While the buying experience has been initiated, the customer will have the choice of either getting their newly bought possession delivered to their doorstep or to pick it up at a later date from the dealership itself. 



What is more is that the company is also providing its prospective customers with financing and exchange services, details on price quotes and exciting offers on Tata Motors' entire product range. 



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