OPINION: The second-hand car business was revolutionised 20 years ago with the arrival of the internet, but there is a second revolution under way that promises to be even more disruptive and could have a significant effect on some of Western Australia’s best-known car yards.
An easy description of the second wave is to call it ‘Carsales.com Mark II’, in honor of the internet business that did more than most to capture used-car advertisements from newspaper publishers and change the way second-hand cars are traded.
This new model, which promises to eliminate some of hassles for buyers (and sellers) of used cars, is already being tested in Queensland by AP Eagers, one of Australia’s biggest car dealers, under the name of Carzoos.
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