In order to sustain its interaction with existing customers and potential patrons, leading auto distributing company in Nigeria, Stallion Group, has launched a portal, www.stallionafricar.com, that virtually takes the car showrooms of different brands to homes and offices.
A media statement made available to Transport Day by the General Manager in charge of Marketing for the Stallion Group, Arpita Roy Luthra, indicated that the portal is multi brand covering Hyundai, Honda, Nissan, Changan and Porsche.
According to her, with the launch of this portal today, which is now available for browsing, customers can sit in the comfort of their homes and offices and get full highlights of all the aforementioned brands and their models.
This, the General Manager added, places the potential customer in a vantage position for “complete showcase of Features, Specifications, Aesthetics, as well as Price to enable consumers take an informed decision for the best option in their budget.”
The Stallion Group added that the portal, which is novel in the local auto industry, enables customers to Book a Test Drive, book for Servicing, request a formal quote and engage in Live Chat.
The www.stallionafricar.com portal’s Live chat section is at the bottom right where users can chat with the Relationship Manager to experience a showroom like treatment.
Checks by Transport Day on the portal, which is user friendly, indicates that some of the models that can be viewed, booked for a test drive or outrightly purchased include-Nissan Patrol, Nissan Almera, Nissan Kicks, Nissan new Qashqai, Nissan new X-Trail, Nissan NP300 Pickup, Nissan NV350 Urvan, Nissan Civilian and Nissan Patrol.
From the Hyundai brand are-the all-new Palisade, Grand Xcent, Accent, Elantra, Sonata, Venue, Creta, Tucson, Santa Fe, and the H1 bus.
Honda has the HRV, City, Accord, CR-V and Pilot; while customers can also buy the Changan CS 95, Alsvin V3, Eado, CS 35, CS 55 and the CS 75.
Also, the Porsche Cayenne models, Boxster models, Carrera models, Macan models, Panamera models and the Taycan models.
The company also intends to further expand the scope of the portal with plans to incorporate a section for Exchange Offer on Pre-owned Cars.
Already, industry stakeholders have commended the initiative as it is seen as very timely, coming at a time of restricted movements as a result of measures put in place by the government to check the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Stallion Group, with interests in other sectors of the economy like manufacturing, agriculture etc, has maintained a formidable presence in the Nigerian auto industry for over two decades, distributing quality brands as well as running an auto assembly facility in Lagos, the commercial hub of the country. The company has a nationwide network.