E-commerce is coming to powersports with Revstop.com, a San Diego startup that is aiming to be the first completely online powersports dealer.
The website, which appears to still be under construction, will allow consumers to shop, finance, and purchase a powersports vehicle without stepping foot into a dealership, according to a press release. The online shopping platform replaces the dealership with technology, offering consumers a wider shopping selection and — potentially — better savings, according to the release.
It is unclear how the online dealer’s financing arrangements will work. Revstop declined to comment at this time.
Revstop.com is projected to launch in the spring of 2017, and all vehicles available on the website will come fully serviced, inspected, and delivered to the consumer’s door.
To start, the company will focus primarily on used-motorcycles, but as Revstop expands, it will offer a full selection of new and used recreational vehicles. However, the company’s founder plans to limit “rapid expansion” to ensure the company can maintain high service levels, according to the release.