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Peugeot dealers roll out AUTOi appraisal system

UK Peugeot dealers are adopting the AUTOi appraisal system as the carmaker launches its iSell sales system for the network.

Under a new agreement, the AUTOi appraisal system is fully integrated into the iSell app, allowing dealers to complete digital appraisals, complete HPI Checks and conduct a number of valuations from CAP, Glass’s and Deltapoint.

Powered by HPI, the AUTOi system provides a professional, standard approach to appraising vehicles. Using the system dealers are able to efficiently appraise vehicles by capturing key information, adding up to 9 pictures, 2 videos and highlighting key areas of damage by placing digital markers directly onto the photos.

The new analytics suit from AUTOi also gives dealerships the ability to analyse appraisal data at a granular level by dealership and sales executive activity, establish peak periods of business and provides insight in to trends specific to the dealer.

The iSell app gives Peugeot dealers an extensive CRM tool on in-showroom iPads, and helps them match customer requirements with vehicles in stock via, either a product request or budget limit.

“iSell is an outstanding system which will significantly help Peugeot dealers meet the needs of their customers by utilising the capabilities of tablets to enhance the sales process,” said Sebastien Duval, managing director of AUTOi. 

“With the addition of AUTOi, dealers gain the ability to quickly and efficiently appraise vehicles, complete provenance checks and valuations all from one fully integrated system, assisting dealers in maximising profit opportunities.”

Believed by PSA to be the most advanced sales system in the market, iSell is being rolled out to all Peugeot retailers in the UK this summer and beyond that it will be adapted for local markets as well as the Citroen brand.

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