Toronto's Unhaggle Partners with Autoblog Canada to Deliver 'Innovative Car Buying Experience'

AOL Canada-owned Autoblog Canada and Toronto-based startup Unhaggle recently announced a partnership that will provide Autoblog users with access to Unhaggle’s proprietary car buying tools and marketplace.

The partnership with Unhaggle extends the Autoblog experience for car buyers and helps them complete the process of finding the best local offers on their new car, the Canadian startup says.

Autoblog’s suite of new car research tools enables consumers to choose, compare, build and price vehicles. Now, with Unhaggle, consumers can also select local dealers who will respond with their best matching offers online. And if there is an offer they like, the consumer can reserve the vehicle and finalize the transaction at the dealership without further negotiation, according to Autoblog.

“Our partnership with Unhaggle completes the Autoblog shopping experience," affirms Autoblog Canada general manager Paul Cramp. "Complete shopping tools in combination with the Unhaggle buying process empowers consumers with the information they need to make the right choice and get the best offer."

“Unhaggle believes buying a new car should be a fun and hassle-free experience,” says Radek Garbowski, cofounder of Unhaggle. “We’re excited to be working with Autoblog Canada to deliver an innovative car buying experience.”

Unhaggle delivers an "easier, faster, and more transparent car buying experience for consumers and dealers through intelligent technology and data." The startup says it's Canada’s largest live online new car marketplace.

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