|By PR Newswire||
|March 21, 2014 04:37 PM EDT||
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Mac Haik Auto Group, the largest privately owned auto group in Texas and a national top 30 dealer group, has launched a new state-of-the-art website that is mobile and tablet friendly. On Mac Haik's innovative new website, car shoppers can buy a new or used car in Texas from any of the auto group's 16 dealerships and then pay for the vehicle at any of their locations throughout the great state of Texas.
Car shoppers that are not quite ready to pull the trigger until they test drive the vehicle will be happy to know that test drives are always available at every Mac Haik new and used car dealership in Texas. If the closest Mac Haik dealership does not have the car the customer wants to test drive, there is no need for them to worry. Mac Haik will produce the vehicle that they want to test drive at the most convenient Mac Haik location that is nearest to them anywhere in the state of Texas.
Mac Haik Auto Group averages more than 7,000 new and used vehicles throughout the dealership group, and now consumers can see all of them on one convenient and easy-to-use website. The new Mac Haik website is tablet and mobile friendly so car shoppers can find a new car anywhere they are, making buying a new car easier than ever. Mac Haik Auto Group's new website is paving the way in innovative business practices and making the buying process as transparent as possible for today's savvy car shoppers.
Mac Haik Auto Group has 16 dealerships conveniently located throughout Texas. Consumers searching for a new or used car in Texas can learn more about each Mac Haik dealership by visiting their new website at www.machaik.com. Consumers can also speak to a sales professional to learn more about specific vehicles at each dealership by calling 713-859-4327.
Media Contact: Curtis Whittaker, Mac Haik Auto Group, 713-859-4327, [email protected]
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SOURCE Mac Haik Auto Group
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