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Unless they are giving away cars for free, I don't see this working. Maybe it's like the old kindle. The device was $20 less expensive if you opt into ads.While Ford patented the technology, I wouldn't expect it to go into use the way the article implies
We tolerate ads in all kinds of products because they are free (and thus we are really the product for the advertiser).
I don't think people making such a large purchase will appreciate it, and they have other options.
Plus based on my reading, they won't be able to monitize it. How will Ford make money from the billboard ad guy by increasing the driver's "click rate"?
I see money by not offering a subscription as well.Plus based on my reading, they won't be able to monitize it. How will Ford make money from the billboard ad guy by increasing the driver's "click rate"?
KBB doesn’t have my car either. Probably because there’s only 125 of them in the US, there’s not enough data to provide an accurate valuationGo to Kelly Blue Book for a valuation and choose to alert local dealers. You will immediately have like 50 texts a day. The used car guys are thirsty.
The carvana and vroom quote systems were incredible resources when I was searching for a used car. Great benchmark when negotiating with a dealer (closer you can get them to that trade-in number the better deal you know you're getting) and they flag accidents if carfax isn't readily available. Super low carvana value is a dead giveaway there is something negative somewhere in car's history and probably one to steer away from.out of curiosity, just put my car in vroom, definitely better than I thought I have to say