Were you planning on buying a car before the COVID-19 pandemic hit? Planning to still push through with your intended purchase? Good news for you, most if not all dealerships are back in operations and there are even plenty of bounce back promotions for you to choose from.
Just like most of the businesses that have since reopened after easing some parts of our country into general community quarantine. Dealerships across the country have resumed operations but under limited capacity.
In case you don’t feel comfortable stepping out of the comfort of your house, Toyota Motor Philippines has recently rolled out a virtual showroom that allows car buyers to browse and purchase vehicles online.
But if you are set on inspecting a vehicle before deciding, you can just check the website of your preferred dealership in case they require you to set an appointment before dropping by. To give you a better idea of what the new normal of car buying looks like, we visited Toyota Pasig, one of the largest dealers in the Toyota network. For starters, there is alcohol everywhere. Plus, agents and dealership employees are wearing face shields for everyone’s protection and service advisors interact with you through video.
You can watch the video above to get a better idea. Do you feel safe going out to purchase a car during these times? Let us know in the comments section.