With a number of cars bought, centres growing and expanding almost every month and a reputation being built for over 2 years, it is no doubt that Cars45 is Nigeria’s Largest and Leading Auto auctioning service.
“Cars are bought daily and we look to buying more, it is a system that we can proudly say has gotten us to the top in the Nigerian Auto market.” Mohammed Iyamu, head of Trading said
In the process of buying cars, there has been the progressive occurrence of how the cars are to be sold which is where the Trading team emerges from. The trading team are a group of intellectual and sales driven personalities who make sure cars are sold. The trading team has a sub committee: the dealer managers, they are paired with dealers (External personalities) with whom they update regarding the cars in the lot.
Considering the fact that a vast majority of Nigerians are scared of purchasing Nigerian used cars due to the recklessness of most drivers, how they poorly maintain cars and the state of most Nigerian roads. Yet the integrity Cars45 has built and are still building is justified by the documented report of any car.
“Our cars have a detailed and updated report, perfectly outlined by our inspection officers in all of our centres. You have nothing to worry about when it comes to reports a positive feedback awaits you. Our dealers have helped maintain our integrity,” Mohammed said
In the process of selling to a dealer who acts as a customer, Auctioning is done; this exercise runs at the point of purchase – cars are auctioned and sold to the highest bidder. But in a situation where the highest bidder is unable to pay the required amount, he pays a 30% amount of the car to which he is required to balance after one month. When he meets the one month deadline, he pays a another 5% of the remaining 70%.
“We make sure our dealers are satisfied but we make sure not to inconvenience or cripple our business strategy. In the course of transacting business with our customers, we know full well that integrity is at stake, a more reason why we are as transparent as possible.” Kelechi Okechukwu, Business Intelligence Strategist said.