Springfield, MA (PRWEB) October 22, 2007
One convenient local Web site has all the information and listings a car buyer in Western Massachusetts needs. This full range of services, available at http://www.masslive.com/autos, has now been enhanced. With today's announcement of an upgraded site, users can expect speedy navigation and exciting new video and search features.
Improved navigation. As a direct result of consumer research, the navigation now provides easier access to the extensive features of the site. MassLive.com also offers photos and video ads of new and used cars. The videos are a convenient new way to see a car. As the camera moves around the car, it is seen from every angle and described in detail. The vehicle details page has also been upgraded, it now provides additional user options and improved scrolling, making it easier to browse, compare and buy. The new features are made accessible through streamlined design and user friendly tools, powered by the latest technology.
"Our site is comprehensive and the Auto section is no exception. We provide more local listings of new and used cars and we have many unique features and articles. The new navigation makes it even easier to get price quotes from local dealers, read auto reviews, do new and used car research and view dealer video ads. Now, more than ever, this is the premier car shopping destination in Western Massachusetts," states Paul Emery Fritz, General Manager of MassLive.com.
MassLive.com (http://www.masslive.com), based in Springfield, Massachusetts, is an affiliate of Advance Internet, Inc., a leading creator of highly interactive, online community-based news and information Web sites created in alliance with over 36 newspapers owned and operated by Advance Publications Inc., and its subsidiaries, including The Republican. In addition to MassLive.com, Advance Internet, Inc. develops and manages nine other local Web sites including al.com, cleveland.com, MLive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, PennLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com and two specialty Web sites, gulflive.com and MardiGras.com.