zAutos Launches Car Concierge as Guide for Car Shoppers

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Car Concierge

Browse for a new car using the zAutos Car Concierge.

The Car Concierge matches consumers with just the right vehicles based on a number of important criteria. Consumers can start the search by selecting their desired price range, fuel economy, and engine type preferences. The consumer’s search can be further refined by choosing a preferred body style, transmission type, horsepower, model year, and make. Users can select as few or as many of the criteria as they wish to customize their search.

After the selections are complete, a gallery of vehicles that match the consumer’s preferences will appear. Users can click on an individual option to access more information on the vehicle, including 80+ images of the car, a list of standard and optional features, and full pricing information. On this page, viewers can also look at different vehicle color options, view fuel and safety stats, and search for vehicles for sale right in their area.

With its user-friendly, intuitive layout, the Car Concierge perfectly tailors the car research experience to the individual user. Whether the shopper has a very specific list of preferences or just wants to browse, the Car Concierge is equipped to meet the needs of each user. Click under the New Car Research tab on the front page of to get started.

Along with the Car Concierge, offers consumers over 4,000 informative car videos, 10,000 vehicle eBrochures, and dealer quotes to kick start their research on new vehicles. Visitors to the site can customize their own vehicle with the Build a Car application or use the used car search tool to search for over one million pre-owned cars for sale. The site also provides current auto news and car reviews. The newly-launched Car Concierge is the latest tool that has helped establish zAutos as a fast-growing leader in the consumer car research field.


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