Indmar debuts mobile website

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Indmar launched a new mobile-optimized website.

Indmar mobile users will find condensed information on the website in a feature-rich interface customized for mobile viewing. The mobile website presents a summary of the full website, which is designed to function like a virtual engine showroom, with informational details on product highlights, specs, warranty and photo galleries.

In addition, users can contact dealers, request a test drive and share any of the information viewed via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and many more platforms from their mobile phones. Indmar also added an experience section to provide fans a place to share stories and photos in the Owners Photo Gallery.

“In support of our dealer network, our goal is to deliver a consistent experience while addressing the needs of our current and potential customers on the go,” company president Chuck Rowe said in a statement. “Whether they need to find a dealer, request a test drive or look up specs while shopping and comparing brands, our mobile website will ensure that customers, enthusiasts and potential buyers can easily find and view the information that they need right from their mobile phone.”

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