Snapdeal.Com ties up with Mahindra to sell two-wheelers

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Shopping portal Snapdeal.Com today said it has tied up with Mahindra & Mahindra for selling its two-wheelers to customers on the site.

"This will be for the first time that a vehicle is being sold online in India and will be delivered at the customer's doorstep," Snapdeal.Com said in a statement.

After purchasing the vehicle online, the customers will be contacted by the auto maker for required documents and will collect the same from them as per the customer's convenience, it added.

"Customers can choose to pay for the vehicle either at one go or avail 3/6 month EMI options (0 per cent interest)... The USP of this offer is a flat discount of Rs 6,000 on the vehicle," the company said.

Cities covered under this scheme include Chennai, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata.

Speaking about this tie-up, Snapdeal.Com Vice President (Business Development) Tony Navin said: "Our endeavour is to be able to participate in our customers' lives in every way possible. With this partnership, we are the first ones to venture into e-selling of vehicles and have it delivered to our customers' doorstep."

Mahindra Two Wheelers Vice President (Sales and Customer Care) Dharmendra Mishra said: "This partnership will open a new avenue for us. With the buying trends changing drastically over time, we are sure we can deliver more happiness to our customers through this novel tie-up with Snapdeal.Com, one of its kind in the country."


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