Motus Select awards second shopper with R100 000 prize
One more lucky winner to be chosen!
The second of three winners in the Motus Select launch competition has been awarded with their R100 000 prize.
As part of the rebranding of the Motus business entities, Imperial Select has recently been renamed Motus Select. Customers who purchased vehicles from Motus Select during the months of December, January and February were automatically entered into the draw for the month in which they purchased the car, for one of three R100 000 prizes.
Michael Becker was the second lucky winner after purchasing his car from Motus Select in Brackenfell. Becker’s name was drawn from hundreds of Motus Select customers who purchased vehicles during the month of January.
Becker, who purchased a Renault Sandero Stepway, commented that he would be using the cash prize to pay off his student loan and then look at investing the remainder.
Becker mentioned that shopping at Motus Select was a pleasant experience “The staff were very friendly and I received great service with the sales person going to the effort of bringing the car to my house for me to test drive it”.
Buyers can search the Motus Select website for the vehicle they are looking for in terms of make, model and price and can also start the finance process online. The new Motus Select website receives in excess of 50 000 visitors per month.
There are currently more than 20 dealerships in the Motus Select network and this number will grow in the future. These dealers have access to more than 1 500 pre-owned vehicles, making it easy for buyers to find the right make and model to meet their requirements. All vehicles are owned by Motus ensuring that customers can shop with peace of mind knowing that they are buying a good quality vehicle backed by one of SA’s largest dealer groups.
Motus Select has a dedicated website at www.motusselect.co.za and these dealers will also buy used vehicles provided they are from 2015 or later and have less than 120 000 km on the odometer, as well as a full-service history.