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WebBuy isn’t just another digital retailing system. It’s a dealer-funded, dealer-centric platform its creators say will solve F&I’s biggest headaches. And it'll do so with the help of RouteOne.

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Ford Credit Invests in Online Car-Buying Platform

The captive announced a new connection to San Francisco-based AutoFi, which provides a platform that allows customers to purchase and finance a new vehicle via the dealership’s website.

Cadillac Launches $1,500 a Month Subscription Service

Cadillac has launched a subscription-based, on-demand vehicle utilization program that provides access to Cadillac vehicles without a commitment to buy or lease.

Amazon: Friend or Foe?

Amazon now offers consumers a vehicle research tool and a parts store. Are car sales next on the e-tail giant’s agenda?

Carvana Partners With Two Georgia Credit Unions

In two separate announcements, Carvana today announced that it has partnered with Associated Credit Union and LGE Community Credit Union to offer their members access to certified and competitively priced vehicles through an online car-buying experience.

Beepi Merges With Scott Painter's Fair.com

Former TrueCar CEO Scott Painter is back. On Wednesday, TechCrunch reported that his newest venture has added online retailer Beepi, which is shutting down its operations outside of California and laying off 180 staffers.

Drive Motors Aims to Break Silicon Valley Mold

Drive Motors’ Aaron Krane is attempting to succeed where other Silicon Valley startups have failed: changing the car-buying experience without disrupting dealer profitability.

Roadster Adds In-Store App to Digital Storefront Experience

Launched as a California broker site two and half years ago, Roadster took another step in its evolution to dealer solution provider this week. It announced the launch of a mobile app that brings its ecommerce platform into dealer showrooms.

Carvana Expands to Cincinnati Market

Fueled by more than $460 million in additional funding, online pre-owned retailer Carvana is expanding into Cincinnati, the company announced today.

Chase Teams With TrueCar on New Vehicle-Shopping Portal

Chase Auto Direct, which is being powered by TrueCar, will allow current Chase customers to shop for a new vehicle and secure financing on a desktop computer or smartphone. The portal will then connect shoppers to a dealership in the Chase dealer network.