Totally 154 bends, distance 20.81km long in 7:08.679 seconds. That’s the GTr. see the video.

As you know already we are running a second hand automobile portal specially made for india known as

We were doing some analysis on our past track and found some interesting facts about the user searches conducted in our system. We have a search box where the visitor can type and do a search. After this the search results will be filtered by various filters and spell check routines.

The results are as follows Read More →

Have you ever wondered why do you see lots of cars advertised in Online Used Cars Portals from dealers than individuals? Only a few websites have the right proportion of cars from individuals and dealers. The reason behind is, these portals are charging the seller for a fee to list the cars with their system. Most of the individuals are not interested in paying money for the portals listing fee, as they afraid of wasting the money if the car is not sold. However the dealers are doing this as a business, and also for dealers there are attractive offers for selling in bulk.

What are the commissions a typical dealer can get?
In general, the dealer gets 2% from both buyers and sellers or either from the buyer or seller or just only from the sellers. Lets take for an example of fiesta diesel 2006 model costs 4,00,000 Rs for a buyer to buy from the dealer. Dealer charges 2% of 4,00,000 Rs which is 8,000 Rs from the seller and/or 8000 from the buyer.

However, There are cases seller has to wait till the dealer finds the right buyer for his car. If the seller is in a hurry mood to sell his car immediately because of whatsoever reasons like need of money, need of space for parking his new car, going abroad, relocating to other states etc… In these situations a dealer procures the car quite cheaply and sell the car to a prospective buyer with greater margins.

In addition to this, there are some bigger companies, typically from the car manufactures used car wing, also procures the car from the sellers without needing to wait for a buyer to show interest. Here also the dealers are getting good margins.

On exchanging cars for a new car from car manufacturers authorized dealers, the cars are procured for a cheaper price and sold later with great margins also. There are various ways these exchanged (trade in) cars are sold into the used car market. Some are sold in bulk to the used car dealers, some are sold from the used car division of the same authorized dealers also.