Hyundai introduces new buying experience right from the comfort and safety of your H.O.M.E.

Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) continues to be at the forefront of innovative customer experiences with the launch of its first online store, the Hyundai Online Market Experience (H.O.M.E.)

H.O.M.E. is a web-based platform that integrates the car-buying experience. It is a one-stop shop where customers can get price quotes on their chosen Hyundai vehicle, choose their preferred dealer based on location, apply and get loan approval from banks, and finally get their dream vehicle delivered to their doorstep.

HARI President and CEO Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo said: “The great lockdown has radically altered consumer behavior and we want to be in step with this reality through our H.O.M.E. platform. Our homes equate to safety, convenience, and comfort, and our customers treat Hyundai vehicles as their second home. H.O.M.E. is our proactive solution to keep our customers protected while enjoying the convenience and comforts of home.”

Customers can access H.O.M.E. at via desktop and mobile devices. And because buying experience matters, Hyundai makes it even more personal with a user-friendly digital interface.

Customers can easily choose from the complete Hyundai passenger car lineup, request a quote from over 40 Hyundai dealerships, and apply for auto loans from leading bank partners. Just fill up the online form, upload necessary documents, hit “Submit” and wait for the valid e-mail confirmation from Hyundai. Once approved and processed, their brand new car will be ready for delivery.

Partner banks include BDO, UnionBank, ChinaBank, Robinsons Bank, Maybank and UCPB.

H.O.M.E. is one of the major programs under Hyundai’s Guidelines for Protection and Safety (GPS) – Hyundai GPS is a comprehensive set of health and safety guidelines covering the entire value chain of HARI – importation, assembly, office operations, vehicle delivery to dealerships, showroom, sales and after-sales operations, customer relations, test drives, and unit release.

“This is one of the many ways we are connecting and bringing our customers even closer despite the physical distance. Just as we do with our family and friends, we want to welcome our valued customers home,” Ms. Agudo concluded.

HARI aims to continually upgrade H.O.M.E. by incorporating more features found in full-blown e-commerce sites and integrating it more closely with a CRM platform.

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