Autorola Turkey launches C2B Autocom car buying service

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November 24, 2020

Autorola Turkey is launching an exciting new car buying service in January through its new Autocom brand, which will see it buying used cars off the public for the very first time.
With a used car quoting engine powered by INDICATA pricing data consumers visit to work out the value of their own car online. Once they are happy with the price, they visit one of three drop off points which Autorola has set up in Istanbul to hand over their car.

Final inspection
Each drop off centre carries out a final inspection of the car against the information given by the driver and then a final price is agreed and payment is transferred within 3 hours.
Autorola has completed a successful trial over the past few months which has seen it buy 100 used cars off motorists and the feedback has been very good. These cars are immediately uploaded to Autorola Marketplace’s online used car portal to sell to the wholesale motor trade.

Targeting professional people
“We are targeting those professional people who are time poor who want a reliable and hassle-free car selling service from a corporate partner they can trust,” explained Sencer Alagöz, Autocom Turkey’s Sales Director.

“Those 100 drivers who have used the service have been very happy and we look forward to rolling out Autocom in January. We hope to be buying 1,000 used cars per month from drivers by the end of 2021,” he added.

Extending Autocom to other Turkish cities
Once the service is launched in Istanbul, Autorola will be looking to extend the Autocom car buying service into other major cities in Turkey such as Ankara and İzmir which will include setting up new handover centers.

The power of INDICATA lead generator has also seen Autorola sell this pricing engine to other car buying services who then bespoke the prices according to their own business strategies.
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