This week, Carfax welcomed a unanimous decision by a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upholding the ruling of the District Court to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Carfax by Maxon Hyundai Mazda and approximately 470 dealers.
Carfax said the Court of Appeals agreed that the dealers’ arguments were without merit.
The vehicle history report provider added that the Court of Appeals ruling essentially ends the case.
“In our over 30 years of doing business, Carfax has never wavered from our commitment to help dealers increase the success of their business,” said Bill Eager, vice president, dealer business unit at Carfax.
“Our focus is, and always will be, on providing the innovative products and exemplary services our dealer customers expect and rely on to confidently acquire, advertise, service and sell used cars. We appreciate the support of our dealers and look forward to forging even stronger partnerships with them,” Eager continued.
Carfax highlighted that more than 30,000 U.S. dealers choose Carfax information to help them in virtually all aspects of their used-vehicle operations. Carfax added that it maintains a database that currently exceeds 20 billion records.