Hello refreshers, I am new to this forum. Just signed up to seek your advice about a new car listing site. I was recently in the market for a used car. The last time I purchased a car was about a decade ago, and I have not noticed a big difference in my online car search / research experience. It was just surreal. I am a "full stack" software developer, and have helped launched several state of the art web/mobile products and am quite surprised that dealers (and consumers) are putting up with inferior products. (I do agree that some new websites are good looking, but they don't have nearly the same functionality as the more established ones, and their business practices seem to be despised by dealers in general) I think I can do better than what's out there and at a lower cost (well free for car shoppers, and substantially cheaper for dealers). I don't think a dealer should have to pay upwards of $500 for a auto listing site in thuis day and age! If I approach a dealer with the following offer, how likely am I going to get a positive response? - Sign up to my site for FREE - Let my site pick up dealer inventory (listed on dealer's own website). So no additional work for the dealer. - start receiving free sales leads from me. I understand I will start out as yet another car listing/classified sites, but there are several reasons why dealers and consumers might want a new website: - A better product - prevent consolidation in the online car listing space. If a handful of online websites control the online market it won't be good for dealers) I have been reading up on the auto industry and dealer practices to understand the business in general. Lot's of useful stuff online in forums like refresh but hoping to get your insight. Thanks, Mike!