CarSwap, the largest platform for vehicle trading, selling, and buying, has launched a feature in its mobile application which enables users to view vehicles based on the biggest discount under market value first.
For example, the first search result could be a car that is asking $5,000 below market price, the second result would be $4,800 below market price, and so on. Cars that are listed above market price will be displayed last.
“Our competitors show ‘Featured’ or ‘Sponsored’ listings first, which is often overpriced cars people paid extra to show first. We feel that practice hurts buyers. When CarSwap shows the ‘Best Deal First’ users can effortlessly save thousands on their next purchase or trade.” said Tanami Muller, Chief Technical Officer.
“We wouldn’t be surprised if other platforms continue to follow our creative lead, as long as they don’t infringe on our patented IP. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” said Cyrus Rafizadeh, Chief Innovation Officer. “By the time they copy this, we’ve already got the next cool feature.”
The ‘Best Deal First’ feature leverages on CarSwap’s “Value Indicator” (another industry first), which provides users a clear indication exactly how much a vehicle listing is asking, above or below market value. Allowing users to sort results in this manner was the next logical step.
Also known as the “Tinder for Cars” for its intelligent matchmaking interface, CarSwap has proven to be the fastest, easiest, and most enjoyable platform for trading, selling, and buying cars for both private users and car dealerships.
While other platforms charge dealerships as high as $50 per unqualified enquiry, CarSwap’s 'Autonomous Negotiation' technology not only automatically rejects lowball and time-wasting offers, but intelligently handles negotiation with buyers and traders on behalf of the seller (another industry first). These and other safeguards ensure CarSwap users receive the highest quality offers and best deals possible.
CarSwap is available free for download via Apple Store for iOS and Google Play for Android.