Search Craigslist Cars For Sale

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Have you been searching the internet for a used car? Chances are that Craigslist is top on your list of places to look. Craigslist is a widely known favorite, providing a free classifieds ads service.

The difficulty with searching Craigslist is that buyers are unable to perform searches across multiple craigslist locations. If the user chose to search neighboring cities they would be forced to visit each locations page to complete the identical search again and again, which is a boring and tedious task.

A more efficient way to search through craigslist's database of used cars is a new app called is a search engine that allows users to search for cars across the geographical walls imposed by craigslist.

As you browse to you will find that the homepage provides a search form for the user to declare their specific needs. Search fields include make & model, range of years, price range, and the ability to select each craigslist location to be searched.

The search engine then sifts through craigslist’s abundant database of used cars and displays the search results that meet the specifications of the user.

Now what will you do with all of the time you saved by using to search craigslist cars?

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mbwebd 5 years ago

Such a time saver!

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northweststarr 5 years ago from Washington State

Holy shit! My husband will love this as he's a compulsive craigslist surfer in the cars for sale... Good hub! Right to the point!

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adrienne2 5 years ago from Atlanta

HP is such a place for information, the more hubs I read, the more I want to read. Never even knew such a thing as CLcarz existed. Appreciate the info.

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davidmurree 4 years ago from USA is such a nice site to find used cars quickly

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