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Buying a Chevrolet has never been easier

Website handles everything online from selection to reservation

Shop. Click. Drive. It’s more than an online showroom for Chevrolet cars. SCREENSHOT FROM CHEVROLET

The pandemic has certainly pushed retailers of most consumer goods to find creative ways of tickling our impulse using contactless means. You can now order anything from cute little trinkets to a week’s worth of groceries using your computer or mobile device. The same is true for big-ticket items like cars.

Easily compare your dream Chevy vehicles side-by-side. SCREENSHOT FROM CHEVROLET

Most automakers already have online solutions, such as virtual showrooms that allow you to see how your dream cars might look like, but Chevrolet Philippines is taking it to the next level. The distributor has just launched “Shop. Click. Drive.” And you’ll be pleased to know that this digital portal can do more than just let you view and compare your favorite Chevy vehicles.

You can apply for credit and submit requirements online. SCREENSHOT FROM CHEVROLET

You can apply for financing packages, pay for vehicle reservations and other services, book test drives, and so much more—all from the comfort and convenience of your home. You’ll also be guided by Chevrolet’s fancy website throughout the online purchasing process from getting payment estimates to submitting required documents for financing.

Payments are coursed through PayMongo, a secure local payment gateway that allows you to safely make transactions via credit card or GCash. Should you finally decide to buy a brand-new Chevy, you have the option to take delivery of your car at your house or schedule a pick-up time at your preferred dealership.

The secure payment portal accepts credit cards or GCash transactions. SCREENSHOT FROM CHEVROLET

Interested? Go and visit the website and see for yourself what the future of car-buying could be in this era of contactless transactions.

Sam Surla

Sam is the youngest member of our editorial team. And he is our managing editor (believe it or not). He specializes in photography and videography, but he also happens to like writing about cars a lot.