Skip to comments.Hyundai to be First Automaker to Sell New Cars on Amazon
Posted on 11/16/2023 2:25:18 PM PST by DallasBiff
Hyundai Motor customers who want to skip the dealership will have a new option next year: shopping on Amazon.com.
The Korean automaker announced the move Thursday with Amazon at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Starting in 2024, U.S. auto dealers will be able to sell vehicles on the tech company’s platform, making Hyundai the first automotive brand to offer such an option for customers
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Now that I think about it, maybe Hyandai dealers, are trying to get rid of car salesmen.
Also will Amazon be pushing Hyandai EV"s?
It’s a Hyundai!
What percentage of the sale will Amazon get?
Okay. But will they be free delivery, free returns?
(unless Amazon will deliver the new car)
Comes in a box on your front porch
But, it’s REALLY heavy....
Lots of bubble wrap to play with so that’s cool 😎
“Why not go to the dealership and avoid the Amazon charge”
Why not go to Amazon and avoid the dealership charge
You have to cram it in a little bix at UPS to send it back
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How do you test drive it online?
Will it qualify for free delivery? ;)
And how do you return it if dissatisfied?
Is there a discount if the middleman is eliminated? (car dealer, salesman)
“some assembly required”
My guess is, they will deliver from the local dealers, not from Amazon warehouses.
“some assembly required”
I think you are thinking of the IKEA cars.
A long time CarsDirect (Bill Gross) tried this idea. But Amazon will do it right.
I wanna see the Amazon guy carry it to the porch!
You know, the Porch right next to my BMW
Amazon isn’t selling the cars. Hyundai dealers can sell cars on Amazon, so maybe you can still test drive, etc.
It’s probably like how Costco sells cars.
“, unless Amazon will tow/deliver the new car, probably through a bad neighborhood, where it will be stolen.”
Per the article Amazon does not handle the car.
It will be an interesting experiment to see, that’s for sure.
“Why not go to Amazon and avoid the dealership charge”
This doesn’t bypass the dealership.
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