People in the market for electric vehicles are usually interested in just EVs. It is hard to search because the term electric is included in so many vehicles deschiption. Could a fuel type button be added? Gas, Diesel, hybrid, Plug in Hybrid, and all electric would be great!7 votes
Absolutely. This is something we’re planning and have actually started prep work for.
Need to include "YJ" under your Jeep listings like you do for CJ & TJ. YJ's are missing.1 vote
Currently when there are different model names used in different regions, we try to stick to the US model names, so the YJ would be searched via Wrangler. To get YJ models specifically, you could set the min and max years to 1986-1995.
If you’re specifically looking for models produced outside the US and sold as YJ rather than Wrangler, please choose ‘Other Jeep model’, and then enter YJ. It does appear that we should remove TJ from the list though, for the same reason.
Missing BMW 3 series wagon 325it1 vote
We’ll get this added. In the meantime you can still search for it using the ‘Other model’ option.
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.
The 2012-2016 Accord Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) is missing as a distinct model from the Accord Hybrid1 vote
OK, looks like I was wrong. The PHEV version was introduced for 2014 (and discontinued after 2015), but they kept selling the non-plug-in version alongside.
It also looks like a number of our sources have the hybrids listed under regular ‘Accord’, not ‘Accord Hybrid’ specifically’. So for now, I would suggest searching the ‘Accord’ model, and adding “hybrid” and “plug-in” to your keywords.
We are planning to add a ‘fuel type’ filter soon, and will look into whether we can differentiate between non-plug-in and plug-in hybrids. We’re also looking at adding a ‘trim keywords’ field, which would allow you to search for ‘plug-in’ in the model or trim names, as opposed to anywhere in the description (where you will also get silly things like “aux plug-in”). Hoping to have those ready before long, along with sorting out the model inconsistency.
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