Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA iPad app takes car shopping mobile

Tue, 09 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

If you've been reading Autoweek for the past year or so, you've no doubt heard us talking about our shopping site It's designed to let enthusiasts like us (and most likely you) share car knowledge with regular car buyers, helping connect them with the best new car for their needs. is already a great Web site; now it's a great iPad app. You get the same easy access to editors' ratings, model comparisons and detailed pricing data. But since shoppers may not have Internet access at a dealership, the iPad app also offers extensive offline browsing capability so you can take your research on the road.

Check out just a few of the must-have features we've built in to ease the car-buying process:

-- Offline browsing capabilities

-- Expert recommendations and reviews from the editors of Autoweek magazine

-- Advanced search and filter options

-- Side-by-side vehicle comparisons

-- The latest news on in-car technology

-- Dealer locator

-- Ability to save vehicle searches, comparisons and inventory

And did we mention the app is a free download at the iTunes store? That's right, totally free. The only thing that would make it better is if it could buy the car for you and deliver it to your house—and we're working on that.

Head to the iTunes store and download the app today. Tell your friends about it. Arm yourself with everything you need to get a great deal on a great new car.

By Autoweek editors