It would be nice if they had it listed for faster times because this is a new car7 votes
The list of volkswagen models only includes the Touareg 2 which runs to model year 2010. The Touareg 3 (t3) is model year 2011 to 2018. There is also a new model that debuted in model year 2019. I am unable to search for the 2011 Touareg using the currently supplied models1 vote
Will get this fixed asap. Going to just combine the various Touareg models into a single one. That’s what we do for other cars that change names over time like this.
We’re going to either get these added, or possibly simplify the Lexus list down to just the main models (IS, LS, etc.), and you can then use the trim field to search the specific one you’re interested in. (In fact, that works already. You can choose Lexus and LS (all), then enter 500 or 500h as the trim.)
You are missing BMW 540d from the dropdown list of car models.1 vote
Missing BMW M340i1 vote
Volvo V70 is listed but I'm searching for the V70R model specfically, which was a limited production all wheel drive sports car.1 vote
So, technically I think the model name is “V70 R” with a space? R is the trim level, and V70 the main model. However, it does appear some sellers do list it without the space too. Some also do weird things like write it as V70 2.5T R and such.
I’d suggest choosing V70 as the model, and explicitly searching both possibilities by entering this in the trim field:
R | V70R
We’ll look into whether we can improve the situation for these kinds of ambiguous trim/models on our end too.
Ford: E350 Super Duty, E-350, and possibly Econoline 350 should be combined to one search selection as different sites call them different names but they are the same vehicle.1 vote
Thanks for pointing that one out. We generally do try to put cases like that all under a single ‘parent’, so they can all be searched at once. We’re in the process of doing a review of our whole model lists, which will fix this model as well as others.
In the meantime, you can work around it by choosing Ford, Any Model. Then in the Trim field, enter this:
E350 | E-350
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