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N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide Company Launches New Window Stickering Product for Dealers
MCLEAN, Va. (June 8, 2006) - The N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide® Company (N.A.D.A.), data supplier of the most market-reflective used vehicle values available, today launched a new web-based window stickering product for dealers, in conjunction with the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association Annual Convention, in Las Vegas.
N.A.D.A. Online for Dealers was developed in response to market demand from dealers for a quick, easy-to-use window stickering program. The product combines used passenger car and light-duty truck values from N.A.D.A. and new vehicle invoice data from Chrome Systems, Inc., in order to create more robust window stickers for used cars.
"Available 24/7 and online, this new product is ready for dealers to use at their convenience," says Tod Jones, N.A.D.A. national sales manager. "It offers a greater choice of accessories to include on a sticker than other dealer products, as well as more data and information to describe a vehicle. In the end, it saves dealers time and money by streamlining the valuation and stickering processes."
To use N.A.D.A. Online for Dealers, subscribers log in at www.nada.com/b2b, book out a vehicle and print. Users will be able to access nine model years and all 10 N.A.D.A. regions. The program keeps track of vehicles valued and saved to the working list for up to 90 days to quickly update or reprint, if necessary. There is also an integrated link to AutoCheck to look up a vehicle's history report, if necessary. Buyer's guides, loan and summary reports and CPO stickers are also available to print, as well as N.A.D.A.'s standard and custom stickers.
The product is maintained by N.A.D.A., with values updated monthly so that subscribers don't have to do anything on their end, except have a computer and internet connection. Users have the option of assigning usernames and passwords to as many employees as they want, under one subscription.