NaverMyCar, part of South Korea-based internet company Naver, offers comprehensive online vehicle management services with such information as when the regular inspection is due, or the remaining warranty period. It recommends products suitable for the used car and provides hard-to-find information, such as engine oil specification, tire size and similar, according to the company.
The latest alliance gives consumers the added advantage of access to price data in real time, while they can now sell their used cars instantly if they accept the quoted price by clicking on the button of ReBorn, a c-to-b service of AutoPlus, according to a report on MoToya.
AutoPlus, based in South Korea and founded in 2000, buys used cars and sells directly managed inventory online and offline. Its main competitor is KCar, which leads the digital auto retail market.