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  • Hyundai opens the UK’s first digital dealership
  • Hyundai opens the UK’s first digital dealership
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Hyundai opens the UK’s first digital dealership

The stereotypical car salesperson puts people off, with 40% of Brits saying they’d be more likely to buy a car if they could avoid talking to staff. With this in mind, Hyundai has partnered with online retailer Rockar to open the UK’s first digital dealership in Bluewater.

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