Good news for those with cars currently stuck in transit;
Internet sales and contactless delivery measures must be put in place to ensure social distancing is maintained, though
So Mercedes are being socially responsible. Hyundai are thinking of their bottom line.Had an e-mail yesterday from my Hyundai dealer about "During this period, our showrooms remain closed for face-to-face vehicle sales, however we are still able to transact via our industry leading Contactless Customer Journey."
So I can get a CCJ from my car dealer ...
Their workshops have remained available throughout - they've got their act together.
Meanwhile the dealers for our Smart car (ie. Mercedes-Benz dealer) is just shut. No services at all.
"As the situation evolved we closed most of our facilities with just our Aftersales Departments remaining open in Portsmouth, Southampton and Fareham with a limited workforce to continue to serve key workers and carry out emergency repairs."So Mercedes are being socially responsible. Hyundai are thinking of their bottom line.
I’m in the same boat and not planning on chasing delivery dates...So Mercedes are being socially responsible. Hyundai are thinking of their bottom line.
Wife’s new car is in transit somewhere. The longer it stays there, the longer we’re not paying for it to sit idle on our driveway at a time when anything other than essential travel is banned and irresponsible.
We can afford this principle at the moment.Popular belief doesn't realise they are linked.