Titus-Will Automotive Group launches CarBreezy

Titus-Will Automotive Group is launching a new fully online and automated used vehicle website called CarBreezyaccording to a Press release Monday (March 21).

Powered by Cox Automotiveit’s An “Essential Commerce” platform, CarBreezy allows consumers to find and buy a used vehicle in just 15 minutes.

Trevor Will, general manager of Titus-Will Automotive Group, said the digital solution is initially launching in Washington’s South Puget Sound area and shows that “connecting to your driveway is possible. within 72 hours”.

“We look forward to providing our neighbors with an all-online retail experience, backed by the customer service excellence we’ve demonstrated for more than 80 years in our family-owned dealerships,” Will said. “By providing consumers with alternatives to the traditional car-buying model, we hope a new group of buyers will support our local business.”

CarBreezy leverages Cox Automotive’s Esntial Commerce technology to guide customers through the car buying process quickly and easily. Typically, digital retail solutions still require significant human interaction and engagement, which can add time and complexity to the car buying process.

Read more: Car buyers want their online and in-store experiences to be in sync

Depending on the release, CarBreezy saves consumers time while retailers save resources, streamline operations and generate optimized profits, all within a completely secure online transaction.

“True to its history of innovation and commitment to the community, Titus-Will is the first to bring our state-of-the-art automotive e-commerce solution to Puget Sound car shoppers, through the CarBreezy brand,” said Paulo da Silva, Vice President. of digital commerce at Cox Automotive.

“Esntial Commerce delivers unparalleled automation through our patent-pending MagiQual technology and uses Cox Automotive data and AI to deliver a superior consumer experience and operational efficiency and profitability to automotive retailers,” said da Silva.

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