Nowadays, humans are all about that quick fix. While we could head to the store and buy a candy bar, why would we walk back in the opposite direction when we could get it from a vending machine? These vending machines have cropped up across the world, and it seems as though more and more companies are using these things to sell various different products. You can buy hamburgers, hair extensions, neckties, T-shirts, and other weird and wonderful things in vending machines, and it seems as though you can now buy cars too…
If you’ve been putting off buying a new car for a while now, that might have something to do with the car-buying-culture. As soon as you make your way onto the forecourt of a car dealership, you have to deal with workers who are trying to sell you more than what you want to purchase. Although you tell them that, you soon find yourself parting with way more cash than you wanted to. Well, that’s exactly why car vending machines were invented.
Using Contactless Technology
Auto Trader knows just how difficult it can be for people to buy cars without shelling out more than they intended to, which is why they installed their first car vending machine in London. It gives people the chance to simply walk up to the vending machine and buy exactly what’s in front of them – with no hidden frills or prices. Using contactless technology, you can pay for the car using just your phone, then sort out the finer details in terms of payment with the screen on the side of the vending machine, and drive away with it immediately.
From the sounds of it, car vending machines may be the future of car sales.