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Carmigo: You drive the deal!

Carmigo: You drive the deal!

Today more than 60% of the Canadian population owns a car. Every month 100,000 new vehicles are sold and the purchasing process is sometimes considered very demanding. Indeed it is stressful and you are not even sure the deal you negotiated is the best because comparing 10 car dealers would take miles and time. As today’s consumers are part of the Connected Generation they spend a lot of time searching on internet the car and the options they might want before going to a dealership. According to a Capgemini survey 73% of the 10,000 people surveyed also admit that they would buy a specific brand or model after reading positive comments on social media. Internet became an inescapable tool in the purchasing process that’s why it is natural to move on to a new step with cars market too.

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Carmigo is a new platform that allows you to build your perfect car and connect with several dealers from the comfort of your couch. The goal is to make sure you’ll save time and money and get the best car shopping experience possible. Plus salespeople will put their best foot forward since they know you are engaging with multiple dealerships, you won’t ever be upset with them again.

Tune into tomorrow’s CKNW GetConnected Radio Show to learn more about Carmigo with Andy and Linz!

When: 10am

Where: CKNW News Talk 980AM

 


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