I don’t know if you use Marketplace (I personally don’t), but Facebook is putting many resources behind it. Its latest move is to partner with a number of car dealers in the U.S. to allow users to search for, and buy, the car of their dreams.
In the coming weeks, U.S. car shoppers will have the ability to perform a variety of tasks on Marketplace, including the possibility to browse inventory from car dealers like Edmunds, Cars.com, Auction123, CDK Global, and SOCIALDEALER.
Apart from that, Marketplace will give users the option to filter out search results based on year, make, model, mileage, vehicle type, and transmission. Additionally, a partnership with Kelley Blue Book will provide them with accurate and trusted car values, so that they can cross-check that what they see is what they will eventually get.
Finally, car shoppers will be able to inquire directly with sales representatives via Messenger. All communications will be further facilitated by chat providers such as ActivEngage, CarCode, Contact At Once!, and Gubagoo.
Apart from helping millions of Americans search and find what they’re looking for on Marketplace, Facebook‘s partnerships with car dealers also ensure that users find what they’re looking for, on a trusted, robust, platform.
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