is getting a new start.

AutoWeb Inc., a service for connecting automotive buyers and sellers, announced the “relaunch” of, a site dedicated to helping consumers and dealerships navigate the used-car market.

In a news release, the company said the update continues its legacy automotive audience acquisition and lead generation, and a step toward its goal to become “the one-stop portal for everything used car-related.”

“We have long been in the business of helping car makers and dealerships connect with consumers shopping for new cars, and we are thrilled to expand that capability to the used car market,” AutoWeb president and chief operating officer Dan Ingle said.

“ will not only offer solutions directly to those visiting the website but will also provide used car options for millions of consumers who use AutoWeb services for finding a new car every year.”

AutoWeb said will help franchised and independent dealerships “maximize their presence and exposure to in-market consumer demand.”

Vehicles listed on will be exposed to AutoWeb’s entire network, including Autobytel and, which the company said reaches a monthly audience of millions of car and truck shoppers.

The new works on a subscription model for listings. Dealerships will have access to a private dashboard that details inventory exposure and other metrics in real time.

The platform is designed to provide dealerships with a centralized hub where they can access metrics that show consumer engagement with their inventory on, along with the number of in-market consumers connected to the dealership for specific used cars in their inventory.

In addition, the site now includes a private seller feature that AutoWeb said allows consumers to list their vehicles and maximize the value of those vehicles.