Tuesday, December 6, 2011

VIN Number added to Actual Prices Paid

We just launched a new feature that we believe will enhance the PriceHub user experience. Moving forward, with many of our actual price paid data points, we're now including the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) for the vehicle. Now you'll be able to see each actual price record tied to a specific vehicle (not just a random estimate or guess that other car pricing sites use). You'll also be able to verify some of the core details of the car through AutoCheck, an Experian company that provides vehicle history reports. Here is a screenshot of our new feature. Please be patient with us as our car pricing data continues to grow. Thanks for your support!

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nodomo said...

This is about as good as it gets for car prices! Just like Zillow for cars.

Jennie Lanics said...

I know a site where you can check the VIN number of your car, at much lower prices.

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Unknown said...

Thanks for the post. BTW, here's the free community VIN decoder. It shows extended tech info and list of factory options. Hope the tool will be helpful for car owners.

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Arthur said...

In light of recent developments in the used car market, there really is a huge threat to buy trash instead of a good vehicle. Negotiate with the dealer, bribe him but at any cost, you should learn the VIN code! And if possible, check the machine with help https://vincarhistory.com/vin-decoder and even send your future car to a maintenance station. These are acceptable security measures.