OfferUp The FREE Craigslist Car Dealer Classified Alternative

Craigslist is charging auto dealers a flat $5 per car listing fee to advertise their used cars on it’s platform.

Considering Craigslist used to be free has many car dealers fuming!

But here is something new that might work out better than Craigslist for car dealers. OfferUp is something you car dealers should try out.

Everything these days is turning to mobile devices. OfferUp is an app available for both Android and Apple platforms and is definitely worth giving a shot.

Update 03/22/17: Fraudsters are offering cars for sale at unrealistically low prices on OfferUp, LetGo, and other apps. Always beware of fraud when shopping online. You could be killed meeting up with a stranger!

OfferUp is revolutionizing how you buy and sell cars locally. With a single snap, you can take a photo of one of your cars and instantly circulate it to prospective buyers nearby.

OfferUp uses your smartphones GPS technology to scour your area or an easily set range to see what cars are for sale nearby.

Can car buyers easily find your dealerships automobiles for sale?

Craigslist Alternative OfferUp App

One thing is for sure.. Ya Can’t Beat FREE!!

Give it a try and let me know your thoughts below. 😉

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Jamie
Jamie
April 22, 2017 7:56 AM

After searching for a car on offer up, I’d say it’s 80% crooked.. First you have Warren Michigan dealerships posting thier vehicles for sale as private owners . pictures of cars are taken at a personal home , giving you a thought it’s privately owned. After you inquire about Vin numbers, mileage, interior picks you are most likely to be either givin the shaft or emailed and harassed constantly from the dealerships even privately text. How are they getting our private numbers?? 3 times I’ve went to meet in not so great areas to be stood up when I infirm… Read more »

FidoSysop
FidoSysop
April 22, 2017 9:27 AM
Reply to  Jamie

The old saying Buyer Beware comes to mind in this situation.

FidoSysop
FidoSysop
April 22, 2017 9:27 AM
Reply to  Jamie

The old saying Buyer Beware comes to mind in this situation.

david
david
November 11, 2016 8:44 PM

yes