Honda 2Wheelers India commences online bookings
Honda 2 Wheeler India has commenced online bookings for its whole BSVI range of offerings in the country. The prospective customer can register their bookings on the company's website. The online booking system will also provide provisions for reviewing and make changes, if any, in the booking. Post verification, customers can choose their preferred secured payment option between PayTm, credit cards, debit cards, net banking, UPI Bhim to pay online booking amount of Rs. 1,999. The booking amount is directly transferred to the respective dealer selected by the customer.
Once the payment is approved, customer receives a Unique Booking Number via e-mail and SMS. This reference number has to be shared for all future communication with the dealership. Honda also confirms that in an event of cancellation of booking, the full booking amount will be refunded to customers without deducting any transaction charges. Explaining the procedure of online booking, Honda states, the customer has to fill his personal information allowing system to share booking receipt later on their respective email id and mobile. Thereon, the customer has to select category (motorcycle or scooter), model details (model name, colour and variant) and location (state, city). The intuitive system immediately shows the effective price of the model. Customer can select the dealership of their choice amongst the list of Honda authorized dealerships.
"Digitization is the key to connect with the contactless customer in this era of new normal. The Online booking platform on our official website maximizes customer convenience of booking their favourite Honda 2wheeler without stepping out. The entire vehicle selection and booking journey is secured and has been compressed into few simple clicks thus allowing customers to relax with peace of mind." commented, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director - Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
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