ATL Automotive app now available


ATL Automotive app now available

Friday, January 11, 2019

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With the increasing need to make customers' lives easier and more convenient, ATL Automotive, Jamaica's leading automotive dealer, has created the first local automotive app that allows customers and even potential customers to connect to their favourite automotive brands at their fingertips.

“We stand by the mandate by our CEO, Adam Stewart, that the creation of ATL Automotive was based on two things; a profound love of cars and the strong belief that Jamaica deserves better. And that's exactly what we strive to do on a daily basis. The world is moving at a rapid pace and 90 per cent of everything we do on a daily basis happens via our fingertips on mobile. Now, rather than picking up the phone with the chance of the call being dropped, our customers can speak directly to us in an instant without having to travel or set foot in a dealership,” said Stephen Hector, group sales and marketing director.

The free ATL Automotive app is available immediately in both the App Store and Play Store for IOS and android devices and offers app users the following key features. For service, customers can book a service appointment for their vehicle and even enquire and order parts for all models available through the dealer. For sales they can see available new and pre-owned vehicle inventory, request a CIT-Now Video — a personalised video of their car of choice — sent straight to customer's e-mail, or book test drives. App users can also sign up for ATL Automotive's 3Plus Loyalty Programme, see current sales and service specials, and promotions.

ATL Automotive encompasses several distinct divisions, exclusively distributing the world's finest automobile brands – Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, Honda, Kia, BMW and MINI – from state-of-the-art showrooms and aftersales facilities in Kingston and Montego Bay.

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