Renault India cashless payment options for customers’ convenience extended to provide hassle free experience
Renault India Contines its commitment to enhance customer satisfaction along with providing a good brand ownership experience even in tough times like these today’s time. Renault has announced cashless transaction platforms to give hassle-free experience to its customers while making vehicle purchases and availing after-sales services.
To facilitate bookings and cashless payments, Renault is providing its customer an option of paying the booking amount through PAYTM and HDFC PayZapp e-wallets. Renault India is offering 100% on-road funding across Renault’s product range to its prospective customers. The customers can avail this facility through Renault Finance and other leading auto finance companies.
Renault has undertaken many first-of-its kind initiatives including launching an App for its products. This App helps customers about all features, competition based comparisons, reviews, 360 degree view along with options for making bookings. Renault is offering customers an extra PAYTM cash back offer through bookings done via the KWID app.
Renault is also offering cashless options such as use of cheques & demand drafts, e-wallets, debit or credit cards and NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer)/RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) / IMPS (Immediate Payment Service) transactions for all After sales services that are on offer. All these facilities will be available without charging any more transaction fees to the customer. Through Renault Assistance, as before, the company offers free towing of Renault vehicles which are under warranty or extended warranty.
Renault has a clear-cut strategy to enhance the customer in various which includes conducting free Renault Service camps for its customers along with a host of other benefits at discounted rates to make ownership experience better. Renault has recently conducted a week-long Renault Winter Service Camp from Nov 7th to Nov 13th across all Renault workshops in India which benefitted close to 17,000 customers.