KBB, Cars.com top third-party sites in satisfaction, J.D. Power saysMarch 30
Shopping portals could move into salesMarch 27
Cars.com adds VIN scanning to appSept. 19, 2016
Cars.com looks to grow after spinoffSept. 10, 2016
AutoNews Now: Stopping the Bolt - without the brakeSept. 7, 2016
Cars.com to spin off from TegnaSept. 7, 2016
Tegna Inc., the broadcaster once part of Gannett, will spin off auto-sales website Cars.com and is evaluating a sale of its CareerBuilder job-hunting unit. Alex Vetter, a longtime Cars.com executive, will lead the independent company as CEO.
Watching but not worryingAug. 27, 2016
Third-party sites are keeping an eye on Amazon Vehicles. The new site offers photos, reviews and other vehicle information, but doesn't sell vehicles or offer links to dealerships, so sites such as Cars.com and Autotrader don't see Amazon's site as a direct competitor -- yet.
Cars.com wants to amplify store reviewsAug. 1, 2016
Cars.com will buy DealerRater to create review giantJuly 26, 2016
Third-party shopping site Cars.com will buy DealerRater -- a platform where consumers can write reviews about salespeople, dealerships and service shops -- creating what Cars.com says will be the largest dealer-review forum in the industry.