- You now can not just book but buy your preferred Hero two-wheeler online from its dedicated portal.
- The new process does not require a visit to the dealership.
- Hero representatives will collect the required documents/payment from your home/office address.
- You can have your new two-wheeler delivered home for a nominal cost.
Hero MotoCorp has made the process of buying a new two-wheeler quite easy. Interested customers can now buy a Hero motorcycle or a scooter via the company’s online portal - hgpmart.com - for a nominal fee of Rs 350. As of now, this service is available in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Noida. However, the bike manufacturer is aiming to tap 25 other cities in the coming months.
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To buy a Hero two-wheeler online, you need to go on their dedicated website and select the bike or scooter you wish to purchase. Then you need to select the variant and colour. Post that you need to select the state, city and dealership you wish to purchase the bike from. You have to pay the booking amount at checkout. Post that, a Hero representative from the dealership will collect the required documents and the remaining amount in the form of cash, cheque, card or EMI. Once the process is done, you can either pick up your new two-wheeler or have it delivered at home.
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Hero has simplified its entire online buying process to make it is as easy as buying clothes online. The new initiative should definitely help those who want to buy a new two-wheeler but don’t wish to go through the hassle of going to a dealership. However, if you want to compare the specs, prices or features of a Hero bike or scooter with its rivals, then you’re at the best place right now. It is always a good idea to have all the necessary information before handing over your hard-earned money. On top of that, you may also get to snag some attractive deals and offers if you book a two-wheeler through BikeDekho.
On the flipside, buying your two-wheeler online would mean that you would miss out on overseeing the pre-delivery inspection of your new vehicle or you may have to do it at home. If there are any issues, you'll eventually have to visit the dealership.