Possibilities have become limitless with technology in the modern world. Flipkart is a good example since it has taken possibilities to the next level by getting ready to launch a vertical dedicated to automobiles soon.
The automotive vertical will not only help Flipkart sell used cars and accessories, but also help customers pay road tax, vehicle insurance, deal with paperwork and a host of other facilities and after sales services.
These services are active in Bangalore and soon, other cities across India will receive the same. The online vehicle selling/ buying platform is expected to boost online sales accessories for Flipkart.
The new automobile venture will help Flipkart compete effectively with Amazon and Snapdeal in India. The new platform will also see the e-commerce giant compete with CarDekho, CarTrade, and Carwale.
Flipkart currently sells two-wheelers for TVS, Kawasaki, and KTM. Four-wheeler sales started by selling the Mahindra KUV100.
The new venture will definitely help reduce burden of people selling their used cars and for also those looking to buy one. We only hope Flipkart retains the 'cash on delivery' option and the '30 day return policy'.