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Tinder for cars: How two-year-old startup CarSwap wants to change Vehicle Classifieds Forever

When it comes to buying a used car in Australia, other than parking it on the main road with a handwritten sign in the window, shoppers aren’t exactly flush with choice.

Most will either head down to the local dealership, or take to the internet, browsing through classifieds on Gumtree or eBay or, more likely, heading to somewhere such as Carsales.

But with the rise of a new Aussie startup out of Sydney,

CarSwap First to Provide ‘Value Indicator’ to Australian Car Classifieds

CarSwap, the largest mobile platform for vehicle trading, selling, and buying, has launched a feature which provides Australian users with it’s ‘Value Indicator’, giving CarSwap users an indication whether a vehicle listing is above or below market value.

This functionality helps ensure CarSwap users get a good deal and helps improve market efficiency. Since it’s August 29th launch, the feature has received fantastic reception by the market.

“It’s a rewarding feeling to bring innovation leadership to this market and continue to provide the best car matching platform to users.” said Kane Ellis,

CarSwap starts automatic bargain with sellers to avoid bad bids

Written on the 25 June 2018 ( – One of the biggest mobile programs, CarSwap, used for buying, selling, and even tradings cars has recently started a new effort where CarSwap will deal with all lower bids, for the sellers, automatically.

The CarSwap application will parse how near a bid is to the preferred price, and then spur for improved prices and offers. The idea behind this move is to remove the burden on sellers and buyers from the added time it takes to negotiate and respond to lower bids and boost the amount of realistic offers sellers receive.