Is their any difference to purchase online rather than local distributor?
Why is the online purchase price of Royal Enfield is cheap comparatively to the price offered by the local distributor? Please explain online purchasing procedure.
Hello Venkatesh !!
The reason behind selling prices of the online shopping sites cheaper than the market price is the costs of running an establishment is considerably greater than an online store. Factors such as rent, electricity, payroll, fixtures, shrinkage loss, all contribute to the gross margin and overhead of doing business in a shopping center.
Retailers have discovered that they can meet the needs of their customers with less operational expenses, by having an online location and not a physical store. Good online retailers then pass that savings onto their customers by cutting the cost of the products.
If you want to buy this bike online then look for retailers in your area who have brick-and-mortar stores as well as online purchase options. That way, you can test drive the bike at the store and then buy the bike you want online, if your bike comes from another retailer, you will still need to develop a relationship with your local bike retailer in case you need future assistance. For buying online you should Ensure that you know the identity, location and contact details of the online retailer. Find out more about a company's reputation. After looking for these signs of identification, it is a good idea to ensure that the company has a good online reputation. Find out about billing, guarantees and delivery before you buy. Always look for the additional costs and payment details before sending credit card details. Look for: Packaging costs - these should be evident up front
Delivery costs - these should be evident up front Whether you will be billed before or after delivery of the products. Record purchase details. After purchasing your item, always record the details of the time, date, receipt number, and order confirmation.
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