A simple strategy: Post video on your Honda, Toyota website

Google reports there has been a 27% year-over-year growth in automotive watch time on YouTube from January to May 2024, according to YouTube internal data. Honda and Toyota customers are using online videos, such as reviews from car enthusiasts, to get information about their next new vehicle.

YouTube may be fun, but there are drawbacks. When someone is on YouTube, they stay on YouTube. Your Honda or Toyota dealership website can’t compete with YouTube’s power. So why not post all video content on your own website? That is where your customers are eventually going to convert to a sales lead.

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Car shoppers love the online research experience, with 45% of consumers shopping for a vehicle in the U.S., choosing at-home test drives as the most popular alternative to dealership visits.
The videos can be as short as 30 seconds or as long as 25 minutes or longer, if the video gives the customers what they are seeking. VehiclesTEST’s Honda and Toyota video test drives average 5.5 minutes long.
The end game is to bring the showroom to customers. It doesn’t have to be the highest quality, but it does have to be timely. Customers just want to see their car, get questions answered, and receive the information they want. 
VehiclesTEST’s Honda and Toyota Virtual Test Drives deliver the info customers want. 

VehiclesTEST Honda Video example on Vandergiff Honda

VehiclesTEST Toyota Video example on Vandergriff Toyota

If you would like to learn more about video car reviews and how to use them at your dealership, please reach out to Doug Thompson at VehiclesTEST.com (954-629-2242), or visit his calendar to set up a demo with him.