The system is already in place with other car manufacturers like Suzuki, Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lotus. It allows dealers to instantly market their vehicles online by automatically uploading car details to major sales sites like Autotrader or eBay every time they conduct an HPI check.
The system will give SsangYong dealers the ability to edit any aspect of a vehicle's information and upload up to six separate images to ensure each vehicle is marketed effectively.
Extending the benefits of HPI to its customers, any vehicles checked by SsangYong dealers which hit the stolen or VCAR (Vehicle Condition Alert) registers, will not be loaded onto Exchange.
Paul Williams, SsangYong UK managing director, said: "One of Exchange’s many advantages is its independence, meaning our dealer network has complete flexibility over where to market their stock.
"The software used is very intuitive and easy to use and the joy is in its simplicity. Whenever our dealers run an HPI check, it is now a seamless process to begin marketing that vehicle both effectively and efficiently."