Coronavirus impact: Ampere Electric Vehicles offers online purchase facility
Ampere Electric Vehicles, a wholly-owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton, has started a 'book online and pay later' facility for its customers, health service staff and volunteers who help in delivering essentials to the people who need it during the nationwide lockdown issued due to Coronavirus pandemic.
The offer helps customers in purchasing a scooter from the comfort of their homes with a nominal booking amount, and the rest of the formalities are completed at the time of delivery. This feature also goes parallel with the cashless transaction movement as initiated by the government. The delivery will be done after the market reopens. The company has contributed scooters to those volunteers who are helping the needy during such unprecedented times.
These scooters will be sanitised and delivered with a contactless procedure. The scooters can be booked on the Ampere website and the interface is very easy to understand. The facility is available in Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune and New Delhi. Eventually, this facility will be extended across the country. The company has sold more than 50,000 scooters and it has over 200 exclusive retail outlets in the country.
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