We have made it super easy to cancel KBB.com-New & Used Car Prices subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Kelley Blue Book" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
It is Very Easy to Cancel a KBB.com-New & Used Car Prices subscription. (**Crowdsourced from KBB.com-New & Used Car Prices and Justuseapp users)
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Vehicle Information This app will provide you with information to help with researching a vehicle or disposing of the one you have. You can find out what your current vehicle is worth, check prices for your next one, or find a dealer using maps and directions. The app allows you to view pictures and videos, and it features a Twitter feed. Features • Search vehicle prices • Compare vehicles • Find a dealer • Access our Twitter feed Terms of Service: http://kbb.com/company/terms-of-service/
This app has a better format than a previous version. Loads quickly and not encumbered by ads.
While not perfect, the new app has a much faster flow with -- seemingly -- much less intrusive ads. Selections are made once and the app allows easy backtrack to change options like model and year. A far, far better thing than the old KBB app.
Still missing information but is getting better.
The app performs just fine on my iPhone 7. The only problem is the mobile web site is actually better it gives the private party price range whereas this app doesn’t.
KBB is a well known name in the auto industry. If you’re looking to find the value of something, then KBB is one you’ll typically use. However, their app doesn’t really hold a candle to the name. It’s incredibly slow and not the quality we’ve come to expect from our apps. It almost feels like it’s KBB’s unwanted red headed step child. I’ll just keep using NADA or the like.
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