Why "No Price Analysis"?
Note that any car with no price analysis has either no price listed or mileage is 0. Some listings have a "Good deal. or 'fair deal, whatever, but no specific number of how much above or below, after looking for some common denominator on why no specifc number but has a 'Fair' Or 'Good' are all in Texas. ....? idk
No price analysis also shows up when you list your vehicle at a price much lower than normal. We are a dealership and list our trades at actual value instead of sending them to auction, many times they show up that way, because we list them for what we have in them.
Hi Isadiq We are a dealership and we asked that same question to CarGurus, and it turned out that price analysis is a feature for paying customers. Which could be one of the reasons you are not seeing it on some listings
We are a paying dealership and still have several vehicles at a time that show up that way, seems if our price is really low, or the vehicle isn't real common (jeep Cherokee with diesel) then it shows up that way, but then sometimes it's random. Not really sure how they get their price analysis anyway, we use nada and sometimes a vehicle above retail shows as a good deal, and sometimes below tradein still shows as high.
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