When the Hyundai Santa Cruz finally goes on sale, customers may be able to complete the purchasing process from the comfort of their homes.
Recently launched in the UK, buyers can use the automaker’s Click To Buy service to trade in or part exchange a vehicle, get and compare quotes, configure your dream car, apply for finance and pay the deposit online. You can even arrange the pickup point.
For cash buyers this whole process can be completed in as little as 5 minutes, and for an additional fee the new car can be delivered right to your doorstep and the trade-in collected. No more dealing with suggested prices, aggressive sales people or hidden costs.
This isn’t a new purchasing process for Hyundai as they’ve already implemented something similar for their luxury brand Genesis. Except in the case of their luxury brand, buyers can request for a car to arrive at their house of a test drive with an informative representative in tow.
Currently, only the i10, i20, i30, Tucson and Santa Fe models can be ordered online but the list should increase later on in the year. Maybe the Sanat Cruz will be a click away once it goes on sale.