(PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Car Match has launched its free blog that offers car shoppers and enthusiasts general car shopping advice, car reviews and the latest automotive news. Car Match’s goal is to put car shoppers in the best position possible when choosing their next new or used car. While Car Match advises that car shoppers obtain a custom-written report to learn which car model bests suits them, Car Match’s editors believe that they can offer plenty of helpful advice to car shoppers through their blog. According to Car Match’s founder, Louis Sarok, “Our core and most useful product remains our car buying reports. However, we thought it would be helpful and empowering to car buyers to provide general car shopping advice, car reviews and news.”
Car Shopping Advice
Car Match’s new blog features a variety of articles meant to give car shoppers helpful guidance, ranging from advice about cars’ technical features to tips about negotiating with car dealers and the car buying process. One recent entry explains the potential risks of “direct injection” technology, a feature on many new engines that is often touted to car buyers as an advantage. The Car Match article makes clear that such direct injection technology is not necessarily a plus. In all articles about technology, Car Match’s editors endeavor to limit jargon so as to provide helpful advice to those car buyers who are not technically savvy.
The new blog also regularly features reviews of both new and used cars. Although car reviews are commonly available from a variety of sources, most are written from a car enthusiast’s perspective, focusing on a car’s sportiness and performance. This is ironic, as the overwhelming majority of car buyers are in fact not car enthusiasts looking for a sports car. To address this shortcoming of traditional car reviews, Car Match indicated that they endeavor in their reviews to present a complete picture of the subject car and focus on a car’s appeal to its intended owner. As an example, in Car Match’s recent review of the Lexus IS350 F Sport, the editors pulled no punches and made clear that the Lexus IS isn’t the ideal car for most drivers due to its harsh ride.
Car Match also includes entries in its blog about the latest automotive happenings, as well as analyses of the latest auto crash tests. Car Match proudly highlights that they follow not only the commonly cited US federal government / National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) test results, but also those of the Insurance Institute for High Safety (IIHS) and European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP).
About Car Match
Car Match is an online service that seeks to replace traditional car buying guides. They provide new and used car shoppers with custom written reports that explain to each car shopper which car models best suit them given their unique needs and desires. Car Match touts that their car buying reports are thorough and that customers will not need to do any further research in choosing their next car. Car Match is not affiliated with any auto manufacturer or car dealer and accordingly provides unbiased advice.