Are you a car lover who likes to browse car websites to see what's out there? Is it time for a new vehicle and you're interested in finding a good deal without visiting countless dealerships and dealership sites? Or, tired of scanning your neighborhood for cars with a 'For Sale' sign taped to the window?
Well then, your next visit should be to Cars.com!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
I've known OF Cars.com for years, saw the commercials on TV, but never visited the website myself. I don't buy cars. My husband however, knows OF and likes the site. After visiting Cars.com today, I saw how easy it is to find what I want. The set up is cool and is as simple to filter through as a job search website. Seriously!
Use a desktop, laptop, tablet or cell phone to access the Cars.com website. You can choose the make, model, location, car condition and more. There is also an Advanced Search option so you can go as far as choosing the mileage, transmission, cylinders, etc.
Access their massive database of new and used cars for sale nationwide, plus tips and tools for car owners. For instance:
Reviews. "Our Editorial team tests, reviews and photographs more than 200 cars every year, creating independent and unbiased coverage of the automotive landscape, focusing on consumer advice, trends and analysis."- Cars.com
Car Seat Safety checks. Those with small children will appreciate this feature. It "includescar types and a detailed review of how well car models rate in regards to car seats, safety and comfort." - Cars.com
Cars.com graded many popular models during the Car Seat Check.
Lessons for first time Buyers. "To help first-time car owners avoid the classic mistakes, we asked our editors to think back to their first cars and share their hard-earned wisdom."- Cars.com
Multicar Comparison. "Which Compact Sedan Has the Most Safety Features? What do you get for $23,000? and other quick compare features." - Cars.com
American Made Index. "The new 2017 American-Made Index is more comprehensive than ever, so customers are more knowledgeable about what makes an American made car when it comes to their purchase."- Cars.com