Spinny enters used luxury car market with Spinny Max

Spinny Max will operate on a national scale and plans to offer over 500 cars from various luxury car brands.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 05 Apr 2022 Views icon5687 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Spinny, a used car buying and selling platform has entered the used luxury vehicle segment under the Spinny Max brand.

The platform will operate at a national scale and offers over 500 cars from various brands including –Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Jaguar and Land Rover with an all-India delivery service through 250 cities.

Niraj Singh, founder and CEO, Spinny, said: “Spinny Max aims to create a niche in the market for luxury automobiles. Each car is thoroughly vetted and test drives and ownership are designed with highest levels of quality and support,  keeping customer delight and simplicity in mind.”

Spinny Max will stock well-maintained, luxury cars and offer assurance including Money Back guarantee and one-year warranty. Every luxury car featured on Spinny Max will go through 250 different check inspections, assurance of the right price, 5-day money back guarantee and continuous support from Spinny’s team as a standard benefit. In addition, customers in Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai will also get access to well-informed concierges at three Spinny Max Experience Centres.

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