Betacar a new integrated e-commerce automotive platform has come into Lagos to solve key issues for buyers while at the same time making sure that getting a quality ‘Tokunbo’ car is simple and affordable for every buyer.
The platform which was launched recently has deployed innovative technology that would disrupt the automotive industry, and provide convenience to customers who desire quality cars at affordable prices.
According to Lou Odunuga, the CEO, “Betacar has come to raise the bar in the automotive industry using technology and every customer will be treated with utmost respect and quality service. Our goal is to become Nigeria’s most preferred destination for used cars,”.
Ifeoluwa Dare-Johnson, head of marketing, Betacar, shared that the company is keen on delivering services that put the customers first. Users can find quality certified cars at best prices from the comfort of their digital gadgets anywhere they are.
“The Company has come to give power to the buyer by ensuring they choose quality and affordability at the same time. We do not always have to compromise one for the other.” She said in a statement.
Customers on the platform are promised total convenience in car buying through the interactive platform which makes buying simple. The platform also provides value added services such as quality checks and diagnostics reports. This will boost buyers’ confidence and ensure they are getting value for their money.
Nigerians can start shopping on website to access quality used cars for sale in Nigeria. The platform lists a range of cars at different budgets, making it the ideal option for every buyer.
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