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New layout complicated, way too much work to research
New layout makes it more difficult to do a new search, whereas the old one was always at the top. That was very nice if you (like me) are trying to decide on suv or sedan vs crossover. No more quick criteria selection from one page. Now it’s basically having to starting a new search each time and go thru multiple steps. Really off putting. Also, before you could see, say, all sedans and suv from Buick, vw, and ford, all on one search. Now, it seems you have to stick within the body type then backtrack thru many page swipes to start a new search for a different body type. Also, you can only save searches for inventory, not for initial research, so one must go thru all the paces each time! Used the old app to both research and buy a car 2 years ago. I’m in the market for a car right now and this is just not as useful tool this time around. Poor update that made a very nice app much more complicated and, for me, essentially unusable.
Miss launch page with all models
August 2018 - Still miss the version where you could scroll thru thumbnails of all the vehicles on one page. Then tap on one of the pictures to see all the details and such. You guys took away a great browsing feature when you removed the all vehicle thumbnail page. The prior version had a launch page where you could see pictures of all models and makes from all manufacturers on one page. You could also limit what you saw by filtering a specific or a range of years. Tapping on the picture would take you to the specific model information. I cannot figure out how to get a similar view. If all that is still available in the new version of the app, I can’t find it. And if it’s not, I think it’s a major step backwards.
Newly redesigned iPad version is great!!
I've used Edmunds app for years now and it's been very informative, Most of my experience with this app has been with my iPhone, however Edmonds has recently gone over there iPad version, very simple yet accurate, pictures of cars are stunning to say the least, the colors, specs, and ratings of the cars are really quite good, a very informative and well thought out app indeed, R Frost.
Ready to be frustrated?
I am losing patience with Edmunds and their inability to keep accurate, timely search results. I have gone through entire pages of vehicles who show up as available on the app and website, but when you go to the dealerships’ own websites you can see that they are no longer in their inventory. There as a 4runner in Ruston,LA that is showing up as available now that has been sold since May. A few days, fine, but months?? It would be one thing if that was a solitary situation, but it happens continually. I’m sure that many would blame the dealerships, but most often, Edmunds is not removing them promptly when the dealerships submit their sale updates.
Usto be a fan, but useless now
So this is true of both the website and the application. For some time I’ve relied on Edmunds for great reviews and information regarding the reliability of vehicles. Things like the true market value and total cost of ownership us to inform my car buying and that was all due to Edmunds. That along with reviews from other users of the site was really useful. On the website at some point they hid all the research and pushed you towards searching for used car inventory. This was annoying but the information was still there. Now, the data seems to be all but gone. Both the website and the app do nothing more than get you quotes for new and used cars. Both end up cluttering your email, so make sure to use a disposable email, because the dealerships will never stop. There are plenty of other sites that do a better job of searching used car inventory. Anyway would be happy to pay for the old content, but it looks like the company went another route.
Not making sense
I downloaded this app with the intent of being able to shop for a used car. I had high hopes of doing that when I entered the model and year and received a private owner and dealership average. Then I clicked on the for sale link and found out that either the dealers don’t know that they’re twice the average or this app is half the reality. Then the app is rating the sales prices as ‘Good deal’ ‘Average deal’ etc. with no relationship to the prices, mileage, equipment level or anything else. There is no reasoning given either as to why deal A is better than deal B. It leads me to believe it is just a promotional app that car dealers can put vehicles into.
Missing Basic Features
It’s a nice app and easier to use than most. However, it’s missing some very basic features such as choosing to see listings with photos and prices only. I did a search for Tundras in my area and got over 300 results with my selected criteria. Turns out that over 2/3 of the results were either listings of vehicles without prices or photos, or both. Most of the listings without prices were essentially new trucks that would be way out of my budget. Why even give the option to select a price range? Fix that and you guys will have a nice app.
My go to source.
This is my source for information for a great number of automobiles. I find the owners experiences to be particularly helpful over the professional review were‘s. Professional review were‘s only get a car for a few days or a week or so. Owners give you a longitudinal experience so that you can really make an informed decision as to what you really want to purchase.
Edmunds is top dog!
If you’re looking to pull the most amount of information from tens of thousands of sources, filter data with pinpoint accuracy, make great use of its highly usable tools, review, analyze high-quality images and much more stick with Edmunds while searching for your next vehicle.
Could be great. Sadly about half the time when I click on something to change or refine a search, it dumps the application only to have to start again. Update: The recent total overhaul of app makes it more cumbersome and annoying to use. Couple that with an ad bar at the bottom of several pages that strobes on and off at a rapid and irregular rate, and the app becomes unusable. Yes, they know of this issue. But they don’t fix it. No, deleting and reinstalling the app does nothing but waste time & effort. I believe Edmunds’ 6th grade programmers don’t actually buy cars, so they can’t be expected to get it right.
So thorough—wish there was a login
My favorite app for car shopping. Complete selection, easy to navigate, most responsive and thorough breakdown of options based on the actual make and model of the chosen vehicle—not generic colors/options. The one downside is that everything saves to the device or ip address versus an account and sign in, so different stuff saves on different devices. I found that annoying.
Old app had much more information
New look is pretty, but contains less information and is more difficult to use for a serious buyer. It is especially trying to find differences between variations of the same make and model. Example: several variations of the Porsche macan are listed by price, mostly based on horsepower. Unfortunately, the various engines horsepowers are not listed. I had to go to a different app to get the information. I will probably delete this app in the near future. Too bad, I used this app extensively while buying our families last four cars.
Not a fan of the new look
The recent update makes the app more difficult to use. In the previous version you had the ability to view all of the cars and prices on one page for every make and model. With this version you have to drill down numerous times to see one vehicle. I’m having a hard time understanding how that is better. Bring back the old version. It wasn’t broken, so it didn’t need to be fixed.
This app is great but we need to be able to select the engine that we want to look at not just the standard engine of that vehicle, example, F-150 XLT comes with a 2.7, 3.5, and 5.0 and you can only see the 2.7 on the app, we need to be able to see every engine and specs that comes on that trim, or at least that Model of vehicle Like I said the 2019 Silverado has a 6.2 engine with the LTZ and HighCountry trim and it doesn’t show it no matter what I do!
Updated version is absolutely useless for my needs. I used to be able to use a slider to pick the year then tap a make and then have all the models right there for my research. This new version took it all away leaving a user to "guess" for a model one at a time. Old way: tap 2018, tap BMW, see all models. New way: tap search, tap BMW, select from a list of 33 models, "guess" the model, tap a year and finally see a single model. Why take the simple research feature away? Please rollback to the prior release and maybe your loyal users will come back
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