BharatBenz Exchange a new programme for used commercial vehicle market

Customers able to trade-in used CVs of any brand for used or new BharatBenz vehicles at dealerships across India. 


BharatBenz ExchangeDaimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has launched  ‘BharatBenz Exchange’, its new offer to the used commercial vehicle market.

By leveraging its expanding customer base and nation-wide dealer network, BharatBenz Exchange will supplement its existing new vehicle sales model by providing an exchange platform. With this programme, the customers can exchange their used vehicles of any brand for new or used BharatBenz vehicles.

Satyakam ArSatyakam Aryaya, Managing Director & CEO, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles said, “As the number of BharatBenz owners rapidly increases, we feel it is the right time to tap the massive potential presented by the used commercial vehicle segment.”

BharatBenz Exchange will offer buyers with a carefully-picked pool of used trucks that went through all type of quality checks and made available through its dealership network.

BharatBenz Exchange targets to provide customers with the best resale value and smooth management of the complete documentation process for optimum customer satisfaction.

“With BharatBenz Exchange, used vehicle sellers and buyers no longer have to haggle over the right price or worry about incomplete paperwork. Our trained experts will ensure that both parties have the best customer experience. We see enormous potential here to show even more customers the quality of BharatBenz products and services. This also ensures the complete lifecycle of the vehicle is taken care of,” added  Rajaram Krishnamurthy, Vice President Marketing & Sales and Customer Service. BharatBenz Exchange

The company experts will also assist used vehicle buyers (both individuals and companies) with a large portfolio of vehicles suitable to their application. It will also be provided with the right AMC and Extended Warranty options for their range of refurbished trucks. They will even support in identifying the right financing partner.

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DICV is in the process of digitalizing services to promote the used vehicle business. Interested buyers and sellers can track the BharatBenz used vehicle sections on its website.

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