Facebook’s Marketplace Brings New Features for American Car Shoppers

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Marketplace is used by millions of Americans every day now, as they look for cars. With the understanding of such popularity in this category, the platform is expanding in the used car inventory as it partners with the auto industry leaders.

The expansion includes rolling out new features to the American car shoppers in the upcoming weeks. Firstly, they will be able to browse the car inventory through Auction 123, SOCIALDEALER, CDK Global, Edmunds, and Cars.com.

Secondly, the new features include convenient filter options based on make, year, model, mileage, transmission, and vehicle types. The car shoppers can visit the developed car section for filtering the lists.

Thirdly, the car shoppers can go through the trusted car values for a better understanding of their choices. And, last but not the least, the platform ensures smooth communicative aspects with dealership representatives. The car shoppers can easily get connected with the representatives via Messenger. This is well backed by the chat providers such as CarCode, ActivEngage, Gubagoo, and Contact At Once!

As per the blog of Deborah Liu, the VP of Marketplace, the platform is on course to test features in other categories as well – retail, jobs, home rentals, and event tickets. This is to further bring convenience to the community in terms of getting hold of relevant and required products and services.

How do you think the new features will turn out to be? Leave your opinions and drop your questions on the new Marketplace initiatives. Keep following us for more updates on this!

Source: Facebook Newsroom

Facebook's Marketplace Brings New Features for American Car Shoppers