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independent research sites are the most cited sources of influence for car shoppers?1

The most cited source of influence online or offline are independent research sites, like Cars.com.

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Unveiling the Cars.com Best Of 2015 Award Winners

Each year, Cars.com editors spend hundreds of hours test driving new and newly designed vehicles, sharing their expert point of view to help consumers find the right car. But out of all the vehicles our editors get behind the wheel of, which one is the best, and why? As you might imagine, it's common question among […]

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Cars.com Offers Service Certification, Helps Franchise Dealers Stand Out Amid Rising Competition

Cars.com announced today it will unveil its first program designed specifically to help differentiate dealership service departments. RepairPal Certified, launching at NADA 2015 in San Francisco, is a certification badge developed in partnership with RepairPal, for qualified franchise dealerships that distinctively verifies trusted service departments. The badge assures consumers that a dealership’s service department has […]

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8 Simple Steps for Building a Rock Star Cars.com Dealer Profile

Car shoppers care about more than inventory when buying a new or used vehicle. They want to know about your dealership, the way you do business and how they can expect to be treated if they stop by the lot. On Cars.com, your Dealer Profile does just that. It helps shoppers learn about your dealership, […]

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Insight of the week: Two-thirds of shoppers see digital as their "go-to" source

The average consumer spends weeks, sometimes months, researching their purchase when shopping for a new car. Most try to have every detail covered, every question accounted for. And as they move back and forth between independent research sites and manufacturer websites, dealer websites to search engines, the bulk of the heavy lifting takes place online, where […]

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