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Heycar provides online used car listings for Regit

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Online car marketplace heycar has partnered with Regit and will become the exclusive provider of used car listings to the platform.

The Daimler and Volkswagen-backed business has already established similar partnerships with WhatCar? and Motorway.

It marks the latest step in its ongoing commitment to building strategic relationships across the automotive industry - in order to drive greater visibility of dealers’ stock.

Regit, which describes itself as a ‘digital garage’, provides a range of comparison services for buying, selling and maintaining your car. 

Chris Ashton-Green, Regit founder, said: Our users are a discerning bunch, so it’s important that we enter into partnerships with brands who we feel share our values and approach.

“That’s why heycar are such a great fit. We’re delighted that visitors to Regit now have access to such a great range of quality cars.”

Regit users searching for their next car will be able to browse from heycar’s inventory of 150,000 vehicles which are under eight years old and have less than 100,000 miles on the clock.

Heycar is driving £40m worth of car sales to its 3,700 dealer partners each month, after one year of trading.

Brook Bishop, head of strategy at heycar, added: “We’re delighted to reveal our latest industry partnership with Regit.

“It allows us to further extend exposure of our quality stock, enabling us to continue to build the volume of quality leads we are driving to our dealer partners.

“It’s another example of our commitment to building long-term strategic relationships across the automotive industry to accelerate our growth as we strive to raise standards and provide a best-in-class service for our customers.”

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