Online vehicle classifieds, Carmudi Philippines, recently partnered with Rapide Auto Service Experts in a bid to protect its customers from buying defective vehicles.
Online vehicle marketplace provider, Carmudi Philippines, recently partnered with the Car Awards Group, Inc. (CAGI). The former will be the presenter of the 2015 Car of the Year – Philippines (COTY-P) and the 2015 Truck of the Year – Philippines (TOTY-P).
Carmudi recently revealed its research results on the growth of the Philippine Car Financing sector. The company prepared the report to provide an outlook on the current and future state of car financing in the country and how it affects consumer attitudes towards credit. Unsurprisingly, it showed how much we, Filipinos, love our cars.
Carmudi found out that more and more people are favoring SUVs more than sedans. The online car classified found out after it saw it’s users were browsing more for SUVs. The trend was seen globally, as well as the Philippines.
When Voyager launched SafeZone last February, they offered millions of Filipinos access to select mobile apps and sites free of data charges. With the addition of vehicle buy-and-sell platform Carmudi, the list of free access sites continues to grow.
Online auto classfieds Carmudi conducted a survey on car buyers and dealers on consumer purchasing behavior and automotive sales. It was revealed that the e-commerce on automobiles in the Philippines is experiencing an upward trend as the economy and vehicle sales improved, along with the increase of internet penetration in the country.
Online vehicle marketplace Carmudi has attracted over 6.4 million visitors during the second quarter of 2015 — a big 17.6% increase over its first quarter listing.
Carmudi Philippines recently conducted a survey on automobile buying trends in the country to find out the willingness of Filipinos to purchase a pre-owned car online. Results show that 40 percent of the respondents are willing to make an auto purchase online, 38 percent are against buying cars online, followed by 22 percent who are not quite sure whether they should purchase a pre-owned vehicle online.
Carmudi raised $25 million to strengthen its operations in Asia and Latin America. Investors include Asia Pacific Internet Group (APACIG), a joint venture of Rocket Internet and Ooredoo,…