Multinational carmaker Stellantis has rolled out a listing site for certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicles in the U.S., four years after doing the same in Europe.

The Spoticar site features listings from the six Stellantis marques on the U.S. market: Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram and Wagoneer by Jeep.

Listings come from a subset of participating dealerships from the manufacturer’s 2,600-store network in the U.S.

Spoticar promises all listings carry a minimum three-month warranty, three months of roadside assistance coverage, have verified vehicle histories and mileage and adhere to other company CPO criteria.

“Spoticar arrives in the U.S. at a time of rapid change in the fast-growing, extremely competitive and highly digitalized global used-car market,” Stellantis head of U.S. sales Jeff Kommor wrote in the announcement. “With Spoticar, Stellantis further establishes itself as a multi-brand pre-owned vehicle operator.”

At the time of checking, the site featured just under 19,800 listings. Users are asked to input their zip code, and the site returns listings ordered by proximity.

Spoticar was originally a used-car site for France-based carmaker PSA, before the latter merged with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to become Stellantis. The site first launched in 2019 in 11 European countries.

Although Spoticar recently introduced online sales and free delivery for select cars in the U.K., the U.S. site has no such functionality at launch. The main call-to-action buttons invite users to schedule test drivers, contact a dealer for more vehicle information or to put down a $99 U.S. deposit to reserve a vehicle.


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