Motors.co.uk has decided to integrate and rebrand its Autoexposure website so that it provides dealers with cost effective tools to attract buyers online and update the Flex website platform. Customers can now benefit from a modern, mobile-friendly design, and cost effective package options. Independent dealers can also bring up to date their online presence.
Dealers have access to Flex’s team of experts with more than 50 years of experience in digital automotive advertising. The team can help them with online design, branding, and usability, so that they can achieve a distinctive and unique online presence. The platform also benefits from customer feedback and the latest design trends.
“Flex by Motors.co.uk is a further demonstration of our commitment to help dealers sell more cars, more profitably,” said David Hearns, Motors.co.uk Product Director. “From listing their vehicles on the Motors.co.uk Network, to displaying them on their own up-to-date website built by our team of experienced developers and designers, we aim to support our dealers with bespoke solutions that allow them to improve their online consumer engagement.”
Additionally, the platform offers the opportunity for customers to engage with car buyers through options such as adding new pages, blogs, and social media links, so that company activities, initiatives, and promotions are easy to understand.
“Rebranding our website services team, underlines the step-change in this product and the Motors.co.uk-wide focus on helping dealers to maximise the exposure of their stock to in-market car buyers,” added David Hearns.
Motors.co.uk is a car search website that connects vehicle buyers and sellers through its platform, as well as mobile apps. Its network includes other car search channels including Parkers.co.uk, Honest John, Carsite, Reccars.co.uk, and Regit Cars that combined, they enable automotive retailers to reach 5.1 million visitors per month.