Automobile consumers researching their subsequent car buy on Parkers have gained entry to 80,000 used automobile listings as a part of a brand new partnership with heycar.
The buyer-facing automobile evaluations and car information hub has teamed up with the web categorized promoting specialist following the latest announcement of comparable tie-ups with Autovia and their BuyACar web site.
It provides Parkers customers sight of automobile retailer inventory aged beneath eight years previous and with lower than 100,000 miles on the clock, all of that are backed by a guaranty and money-back assure.
Charlie Calton-Watson, chief digital officer at Bauer Media, writer of each Parkers and AM, mentioned: “We’re actually excited to be working with heycar on this new partnership.
“Parkers has an extended heritage of delivering unbiased and trusted recommendation to automobile consumers alongside the instruments you should get the automobile you need.
“heycar’s high quality inventory and trusted vendor companions matches completely with our strategy to creating certain drivers get a automobile they like to drive, from a vendor they’ll depend on.”
Karen Hilton, heycar’s chief industrial officer, mentioned: “We’re proud to announce our partnership with Parkers.
“Investing in our model and persevering with to determine relationships with revered business websites similar to Parkers is a crucial a part of our ongoing technique, so this partnership is the right match.
“At heycar we have intentionally taken a unique strategy to progress in an more and more aggressive market, and as such our companions are central to us persevering with to ship scaled, high quality results in our vendor community.”
The heycar platform has labored exhausting to leverage its on-line content material technique since its 2020 acquisition of Honest John.
It has additionally expanded into Europe, with Renault Group and RCI Bank and Services’ acquisition of a stake within the heycar-owning Mobility Dealer Holding enterprise 12 months in the past serving to to spice up its scale because it launched in France.