Experian Automotive announced that it has teamed with Cars.com to make AutoCheck vehicle history reports accessible through its used-vehicle listings section. The inclusion of AutoCheck reports on Cars.com gives dealers using the Website a choice when selecting the vehicle history report to append to their vehicle inventory.
"Vehicle history reports build consumer confidence by validating the quality and condition of a dealership's inventory, and they give dealers a competitive advantage to get potential customers on their lot," said Barbara Mousigian, vice president of product for Cars.com. "By making AutoCheck reports accessible through our Website, dealers have the option to choose the vehicle history report that best meets their specific needs, ultimately providing a better experience for dealers and consumers with more free reports across our used vehicle inventory."
AutoCheck vehicle history reports provide dealers and consumers with in-depth information on accidents, title brands, frame-damage announcements, odometer issues and other potentially negative events that can impact a vehicle's value. With an average of 27 million monthly visits to Cars.com, shoppers across the country will now be able to leverage the patented AutoCheck Score, allowing them to quickly and easily understand a vehicle's past and compare it with similar models.
"We are proud to work with Cars.com to make these reports available for used-vehicle listings on their Website," said Dave Nemtuda, senior vice president of Experian Automotive. "The information provided in an AutoCheck report helps protect used-car buyers from potentially dangerous problems with a vehicle and provides the peace of mind that the vehicle they're driving off the lot meets their specific needs."
Experian Automotive will be exhibiting at the NADA conference, Jan. 24 to 27, in New Orleans, La., Booth #4627.
For more information on AutoCheck vehicle history reports visit http://www.autocheck.com.
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