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Envision Auto Ditches Used Car Sales People in Favor of No Pressure Approach

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Envision Auto will never try to sell customers a car, and will provide honest, unvarnished information on the vehicle to support customers in their own independent decision making process.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada – April 1, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

A new car is, financially speaking, the worst investment someone can make. It loses twenty percent of its value as soon as it’s driven off the lot, and depreciates from there. This does mean however that those who invest in used cars can get great deals. Many people unfortunately avoid used cars because of the worst case scenario- pushy salesmen unloading unsafe, unreliable cars onto unsuspecting customers. Envision Auto provides the exact opposite, stocking only tried and tested vehicles and offering only the facts so that users can make their own decisions in peace.

The unique strategy also saves Envision Auto money on their overheads, so car prices are lower and customers are not paying over the odds to feed sales commissions. Automobile experts are on site to provide information and insight when requested but will never hard-sell. This has quickly made them one of the most popular sites for used cars in Calgary.

Individuals can request a quote on their own cars and even get a trade-in evaluation if they are looking to swap out their vehicle for something more appropriate to their needs. Envsion Auto pride themselves on making fair and competitive quotes and even have a loan calculator on site to help people determine what finance they’ll require.

A spokesperson for Envision Auto explained, “The reason so many people choose to shop online instead of in stores is because they have all the information presented to them in a way they can elect to use or ignore depending on what matters to them and there is no perceived sales pressure. We replicate this but with all the advantages of a physical store, because individuals can see, touch and even test-drive the cars, so they know exactly what they’re getting without fear of having it pushed on them.”

About Envision Auto:
Envision Auto is a fully licensed Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC) member, and yet is unlike any other regular dealership. Envision Auto uses only automotive experts to provide no-sell, pure and simple advice to keep overheads low and reduce cost to the consumer, meaning no hassle, no hidden fees and big savings.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.envisionauto.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Shaun Ironside
Email: seo@envisionauto.com
Phone: 403.863.4954
Organization: Envision Auto Sales

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/envision-auto-ditches-used-car-sales-people-in-favor-of-no-pressure-approach/38740

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