But even then, there are many people who book a company’s vehicle to buy and then later cancel them. In such a situation, the automaker companies and their dealerships face a lot of trouble and the processing work also increases.
In such a situation, the country’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki has made a new beginning. According to the information, the company will now deduct a processing fee of Rs 500 from the booking amount on cancellation of the car booking.
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Let us tell you that while the entire country economy has collapsed during the Corona epidemic, a large number of cars have been canceled due to this problem. Many companies fired their employees during the lockdown.
Due to which many people cannot fill the monthly EMI of these new vehicles and this is the reason why they are canceling the booking of cars. Car makers such as Maruti Suzuki, Kiya Motors and MG Motor have realized that a large number of bookings have been canceled.
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Companies say that these bookings were made long back. Due to these booking cancellations, the business of the automaker companies is having a profound impact, as well as there is a lot of inconvenience in taking these bookings and then canceling them.
Let us tell you that with the help of booking data, the vehicle manufacturer schedules their production, as well as the delivery and stock rotation of the vehicle at the dealership is controlled by this. It takes a lot of time, hard work as well as money to prepare these booking data.
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Keeping these factors in mind, Maruti Suzuki has instructed its official dealerships Nexa, Arena, Commercial and True-Value dealerships that from August 7, 2020, Rs 500 can be deducted from the booking amount on any booking cancellation.