Here's how Peugeot SA plans to gain customers during lockdown


Peugeot South Africa has taken the car browsing experience a step further during the lockdown period, according to the French carmaker's local arm despite dealerships being currently closed,  they remain digitally open to assist customers with booking the vehicle of their choice online.

Customers can browse the complete range of the company's vehicles, from the entry-level 108 to the 5008 at leisure, select and configure their car of choice, and expect a call from a rep to discuss a personalised offer with them. Tailor-made offers will help customers as they recover from this period.

Payment holiday

The carmaker says it is offering customers a payment holiday with the opportunity to structure their own deal in terms of payment options. Pop along to their website for all the information. 

This unusual and unprecedented time is not forever and with the whispers about a staggered exit from lockdown Peugeot is gearing up to embrace the lifting of restrictions and welcoming customers into their showrooms whilst adhering to the precautionary measures and detailed safety guidelines, according to Peugeot.

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