OLX, the used items market launched a brand new model of OLX Autos in India on Wednesday. It unveiled a brand new net in addition to a cell platform designed to carry a brand new degree of innovation and comfort to pre-owned automotive buying and selling in India for sellers in addition to client alike.
As India’s largest pre-owned automotive market with 80 per cent market share, OLX Autos has launched many new options backed by synthetic intelligence that’s pushed in the direction of bettering the belief and constructing a cohesive platform catering to India’s largely fragmented pre-owned automotive ecosystem.
“For patrons, the brand new net and cell interface will make OLX Autos the one-stop platform for all their wants associated to pre-owned vehicles proper from shopping for one to with the ability to entry financing for a similar inside the app. Patrons will now be capable of buy a pre-owned automotive in 2 methods: both on the OLX app immediately from one other purchaser or by way of the OLX Autos shops,” the corporate stated in a press release.
Patrons will now be greeted by a brand new consumer interface which can present them with an in depth historical past of the automotive proper from the possession interval all the best way as much as the service historical past of the automotive.
They may even be capable of entry a number of financing choices and after-sales merchandise together with insurance coverage, guarantee and extra.
On the app, OLX’s AI-backed “Progressive Chat” characteristic will nudge patrons and sellers with useful prompts to finish the transaction seamlessly. This may even embrace AI-led prompts that can suggest the perfect costs to the patrons.
For sellers promoting their vehicles on to others, the brand new platform will make it simpler to promote their vehicles immediately. With an AI worth engine, automotive sellers promoting a automotive throughout the highest 10 automotive manufacturers will be capable of worth their vehicles in accordance with the market tendencies.
*Edited from an IANS report