Betacar.ng, Nigeria’s latest used car e-commerce platform is promising to be the go-to platform for Lagosians to enjoy a finance package that helps them purchase a car comfortably.
Betacar Car Financing, the firm’s latest product aims to ease the burden of buying a car with a flexible payment system that fits into the finance plan of each buyer. This is aimed at reducing the never-ending stress associated with access to trustworthy financing in the Nigerian automative industry.
According to Betacar CEO, Lou Odunuga, “We see the stress people go through every day in Lagos and this is our own way of meeting the silent desires of every Lagosian who wants to escape the stress. Betacar Financing works with what you have and gives you what you want.”
Launched recently in Lagos, the firm offers access to quality used cars for sale in Nigeria and at affordable prices. The company is now set to move a step further by providing flexible financing for Lagosians to buy cars.
Betacar Financing is expected to ensure that customers worry less about cost-effective ways to plan the purchase of their desired cars. The second car eCommerce platform is starting with Lagos residents then quickly expand to other parts of the country.
By visiting www.betacar.ng, a user identifies the car they want to buy then head to the offline car lot located at Lekki, Lagos to test drive before making a final decision. The platform will also allow users to pay for their choice of cars in installments.
According to Betacar CEO, Lou Odunuga, Betacar is set to raise the bar in the Nigerian automotive industry to ensure convenience for car buyers in Nigeria.
Having worked with top Silicon Valley brands like Yahoo, Accenture and as a Director with Etisalat, there is more than enough experience and expertise in ensuring convenience for buyers.
The platform is marketing itself as the country’s most affordable platform with top quality cars and is banking on trust to end the fraud that has clouded the used car market. Users either pay more for their cars or are defrauded of their money from unscrupulous second-hand car dealers.