Hyundai Motor America will start posting all of its dealerships' certified pre-owned vehicles for sale on Carfax's used-vehicle listings, joining a number of other brands that do so.
Individual Hyundai dealers have been able to list used vehicles on carfax.com, but a new agreement between Carfax and the U.S. arm of the Korean automaker allows prospective buyers to set up their online searches to list only Hyundai CPO models.
"Our certified program has grown significantly since its inception," Jose Froehlich, Hyundai senior manager for certified pre-owned, said in a statement. "This is an excellent opportunity to expand our relationship with Carfax and place Hyundai CPO vehicles in front of ready-to-buy shoppers."
Carfax allows users to search for used vehicles by Carfax vehicle history attributes such as accident-free, one owner or service history and get a free Carfax Vehicle History Report for any vehicle they purchase.
Since March 2014, Carfax, a unit of IHS Markit, allows users to search either by specific brand and model or by vehicle type, price and mileage range.
Carfax said its site lists millions of U.S. used vehicles from thousands of dealers. Participating dealers pay Carfax a monthly service fee to list their used vehicles. Starting this month, Hyundai Motor America is paying Carfax an additional, undisclosed fee to list its full U.S. CPO inventory, sorted by dealer location.
Hyundai is the 18th brand to do so. Carfax also enables brand-specific CPO searches for Ford, Lincoln, Volkswagen, Audi, Nissan, Infiniti, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Fiat, Toyota, Lexus, Subaru, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz and Kia.