Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has announced that under the BharatBenz brand the company has launched a new offering for the used commercial vehicle segment and launched the ‘BharatBenz Exchange’ program. BharatBenz Exchange will add to the brand’s already expanding customer base by offering exchange schemes on any brand of commercial vehicles that can be exchanged for new or used BharatBenz vehicles. BharatBenz Exchange will be employed on the brand’s nation-wide dealership network and will help leverage BharatBenz grow its customer base.
With the latest used commercial vehicle channel, BharatBenz Exchange, customers can have the peace of mind of correct pricing and paperwork. Experts employed by BharatBenz Exchange claim to ensure that both parties will have the best customer experience. The program also ensures that the complete life cycle of the product will be taken care of, boasting the BharatBenz commercial vehicles quality.
The BharatBenz Exchange program aims to provide its customers with the best possible resale value and also provide support to the used vehicle buyers (both individuals and companies) with a large portfolio of vehicles suitable for their application. The experts at BharatBenz exchange also provide customers with the right AMC and Extended Warranty options for their refurbished trucks as well as help identify a suitable financing partner.
DICV is in the process of digitizing the used vehicle portfolio by expanding the brand’s already existing official website, with a ‘Used Vehicles’ section, where interested buyers can easily explore their choices. The brand has also announced that it is looking into tie-ups with leading online Used Vehicle platforms and auction houses in order to reach a larger customer base.
Recently, DICV announced that the brand had rolled out the 1000th BharatBenz Heavy-Duty Truck one of the 1500 BS6 compliant vehicles that it has produced in the last few months despite the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown. BharatBenz has also announced that the brand has restarted production on its volume driver model the BharatBenz 4228R.