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Autotrader Wins Automotive Classifieds Website

Autotrader Wins Automotive Classifieds Website Of The Year

Friday, February 03, 2006

The new autotrader.co.nz won the AUTOMOTIVE CLASSIFIEDS WEBSITE OF THE YEAR at the Hitwise awards last night. The Hitwise Online Performance Awards celebrates the #1 websites in over 160 industries. This unique awards program recognizes excellence in online performance through public popularity.

“The autotrader.co.nz site has a massive 50,000 vehicles for sale every day from dealers and private sellers. Autotrader.co.nz also delivers comprehensive research and review services and statistics for both used and new vehicles empowering the buyer’s purchasing decision.

Autotrader.co.nz’s sister websites also received websites of the year awards in the following categories :

o Tradeaboat.co.nz – Yachting and Boating Website of the Year
o Motorcycletrader.co.nz – Motorcycling Website of the Year
o Dealsonwheels.co.nz – Manufacturing and Industrial Website of the Year


Lee Williams, Group GM of Tradergroup, reflected on the site awards “All of our sites are the most comprehensive online market places in New Zealand. The addition of buying features, news and editorial extends that value proposition for car buyers and sellers alike. We have exciting plans for our websites in 2006 to further improve the buying and selling experience of vehicles.”

Autotrader.co.nz—key features
• 50,000 vehicles for sale
• Comprehensive new and used research guides
• Online loading tool that allows dealers to upload unlimited photos per vehicle onto the site
• Similar vehicles for sale displayed when buyers view individual vehicles
• Real time news updates from the leading Auto Trader editorial team

ENDS

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