The company says that those dealer-centric enhancements advance what it describes as its commitment to “making buying and selling smarter, faster and easier.”
Called “Highway to Sell,” the offering includes three seller options: manual, automatic and cruise control. Those allow dealers to choose the service level that best fits their business.
In manual, dealers use TradeRev to inspect and launch their cars, and with the push of a button, they can send no-sales to ADESA.
In automatic, the KAR Global ground team will inspect and image dealer cars, and within 24 hours, the team will launch them on TradeRev. No-sales are sent to ADESA, and there they receive a full condition report and wash before being run through the lanes and broadcast on ADESA Simulcast. Any remaining cars are then listed on ADESA.com.
Cruise control incorporates all of the previous features.
Also, cruise control adds free transport to any ADESA facility under 75 miles, concierge customer support and TradeReady seller protection against arbitrations or returns.
“On KAR’s ‘Highway to Sell,’ the dealer is in control — just take the on-ramp that works best for your business,” ADESA President John Hammer said in a news release.
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