Auto Don Trading Co. Ltd., a used car dealer in Kingston, Jamaica, is proud to announce the addition of a live chat functionality on the company website. In so doing, they aim to make it easier for people to learn about the business, the vehicles and services they have available, and the finance options. It has now been observed that while the live chat facility has only been recently launched, many people have already started to use it.

Tanisha Tyndale, sales & marketing executive at Auto Don Trading, says: “We wanted to allow people to reach us in any way possible. Whether it is to ask a question or to make a comment, we have someone who can provide the answer or discuss any problem. We also feel that doing so will save our clients a lot of time, since it means they don’t have to come into the showroom unless they really need to.”

Auto Don is a used car dealer that has been authorized by various car manufacturers. These include Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Hyundai, Nissan, and more. The dealer is particularly known for its one stop shop process, with a focus on helping people find financing for their new vehicle. Tanisha adds: “We can help you if you are you a civil servant or someone who is permanently employed, who earns between J$80 to J$100,000 per month. We can also help you if you are tired of the hassle of applying for a loan, or you aren’t sure if you qualify. We will handle it for you and all you have to do is to sign up online for our “pre-loan assessment”.”

Besides selling used vehicles, they are also an auto parts store, for the same makes of vehicles that they have been approved for. The new live chat facility can be used to ask any questions that people may have regarding parts for their vehicles, as well as on how to order them. Similarly, people can use live chat if they have ordered parts in the past and have further questions.

Tanisha declares: “We are a company that you can trust, whether it is to buy a vehicle, obtain finance, or get auto parts. Chat with us today if you have any questions.”