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The Strategic Approach to Used Car Appraisal

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“You don’t make money when you sell a car; you make money when you buy it.” If you agree with this statement, then you already understand the importance of accurate used car appraisals. Appraisals are the lifeblood of any used car program because they have the biggest impact on your bottom line. That’s right– it’s…

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Inventory Data: The Secret Weapon of Successful Dealerships

Inventory Data: secret weapon of successful dealerships

VinCue is a real-time market intelligence tool that helps dealers make better decisions about pricing and car appraisals. It can also help you better understand your inventory. When connected to your DMS, VinCue turns your inventory data into valuable insights for running your dealership. If you’re new to VinCue, the amount of information it provides…

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DealerCue vs. CDK Global: Comparing Dealership Tools

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The variety of organizations taking part in the auto industry is tremendous. Not all dealerships are equal. The AutoNation Inc. group includes more than 230 separate dealerships. Don Davis Auto Group has just three. NIADA has more than 20,000 independent dealership members in the United States, and each has its own specific needs from the…

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Which Car Appraisal App is Right for You?

Today’s car buyers spend more than 60% of their time researching online and just 20% with the dealership that sells them their car. That also includes the time spent filing paperwork and going through the purchase process. The market is driven by consumers who have access to all the information in the world via the…

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Vin Viper Has Closed Down. What’s Next? Meet VinCue

Updated January 6, 2019 Vin Viper was a pioneer in car dealership technology. Almost a decade ago, Selig Technologies unveiled Vin Viper as one of the first mobile appraisal apps. It was an instant success and quickly became a top appraisal tool for car dealerships. However, the company grew too quickly and had trouble scaling.…

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