Used Cars, Et Al

All part of the service we provide here at Autosavant

By Brendan Moore


First, as usual, the “Used Car Bargains” and the “Used Cars – Opinion and Values” sections were updated and added to today. Want to take a look? Then simply click HERE, and scroll down the page a little bit. These sections are very popular on the site, and a lot of our readers find them useful.

Second, we added a section several months ago where people can list their cars for sale online, and, wait for it – it’s free. Yes, free as in it costs you nothing. You don’t have to join anything or set up an account, either. Its pretty much no-fuss, no-muss in that regard. I had the extra bandwidth, so I figured what the heck, right? We haven’t done any advertising of the feature, but we’ve already gotten some listings from dealerships and individuals. I mean, you can’t argue with the price, right? The worst-case scenario is that you don’t get a call on an ad that cost you nothing. The best-case scenario is that the car you’re selling is seen by an extra few thousand people that might not have seen it before. So, we’re hoping it continues to grow in scope. If you want to check it out, then click HERE – there is also a link for instructions on the page if you decide you want to list your car for sale on Autosavant. Take a look because even if you don’t need to sell a car right now, you might know someone that does, and you can let them know about this option.

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Author: Brendan Moore

Brendan Moore is a Principal Consultant with Cedar Point Consulting , a management consulting practice based in the Washington, DC area. He also manages Autosavant Consulting, a separate practice within Cedar Point Consulting. where he advises businesses connected to the auto industry. Cedar Point Consulting can be found at

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  1. Good info. Helpful and easy to understand.

  2. Nice, but I disagree with your opinon about the Toyota Avalon. My mother has had some transmission problems with hers. Although I will say that Toyota stepped up to the plate and repaired everything free, even replacing the most expensive part of the unit. But it only a month out of the new car warranty.

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