Monday, September 5, 2011

When We Toy with Used Cars in Milan

Of all the places in the Mediterranean, Italy is one place you’d associate with pasta instead of gadgets. But the country is famous for its cars, and cars are gadgets in a sense, corretto? People do toy with cars as much as they do with tablet PCs.

Do you ever feel the need to toy with a used car in Milan - auto usate Milano ? If do, there’s Garage del Parco's website to check out. It's in Italian, so it's perfect! Looking at their website, Garage del Parco seems to be the place to go if you’re interested in toying with a used car for sale - vendita auto usate . Compro auto usate (Buying a used car) could not be easier with this site. The information given there is complete. It covers the entire process their cars undergo, from when they first enter the dealership to when a customer takes delivery.

Used car purchases are usually risky because the car’s history is unknown, as is the dealer’s integrity. At Garage del Parco, they’re very open about how they choose their cars. Each one undergoes a rigid selection process to ensure the customer’s satisfaction.

The red-hot color of the site is very Italian, and it’s what first caught my attention. But that’s just an appetizer. When I actually explored it, how thoroughly it describes each car impressed me.

It’s easy to navigate around the site. There’s a convenient row of buttons on the left, so you easily access the information you need.

There’s a wide variety of cars being offered, and there’s something for practically everyone. The site provides all the data you’d ever need on each one, from standard accessories, options installed, mileage, to how many owners it’s had. I especially like how each car comes with a complete photoset, from the exterior to the interior.

They also have photos of different areas of the dealership, as well as pictures of the owners and staff, with information on them. And there’s an interesting section on the history of the company. It’s a family-owned enterprise, started by their patriarch, Aldo Antonio, in the 60s. Then his son, Alexander, who grew up around cars, transformed his father’s old workshop into a modern dealership in 1978. His sister Manuela takes care of the accounting.

Taking a tour of this website is almost like taking a tour of the dealership. The photos are good, and the design of the site is attractive. At Garage del Parco, they pretty much have the answer to any question you’d need to ask about used cars.

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