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Coming Soon: Google Search Your Next Preferred Car to Discover Its Inventory from Dealerships

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Google Search is getting a new feature that will make it simpler for anyone who wants to buy a car in the US to determine whether their favorite dealership still has plenty of inventory. The new feature from the online retailer will soon show details on the availability of a particular brand or model from the closest dealership. According to reports, the newest Search tool is still in beta testing, but it already offers a useful feature for consumers who want to learn more before making a purchase. The report claimed that Google discreetly updated its search after discovering a beta functionality on its platform. Customers and potential buyers can search for dealerships using Google, but now it displays vehicle inventory rather than just the dealership's address, phone number, and other contact details. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Google Search Your Next Preferred Car to Know of its Inventory from  Dealerships‚ Feature Coming | Tech Times Image credit- Tech Times[/caption] The Google Business Profile is where dealers can put up their data and inventory, and from there, all the necessary information may be displayed on search results. In addition to the inventory, the function provides a list of used cars for users to browse in addition to showing the car's price, images, and further details. This new feature would fall under the local business profile and would only be available to users in the United States, according to Search Engine Land. The fully public version of this function would soon be available, allowing customers to search for their favorite vehicle as well as dealerships that sell it (both used and new), as well as a list of some of its other details. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="800"]New Google Car Sales Ads Format For Car Dealerships Image credit- Worth Advertising Group[/caption] The core of Google's business is its search engine, which it began using in its early years and is still the most prevalent technology today. Despite being an old service, it is kept up to date with contemporary features like the ability to instantly purchase rail tickets from the search engine of the corporation. With the inclusion of Google Lens from last year, the company's Search feature also gained a new addition to increase its reach and capabilities. Users can take a photo of something and write extra commands like "How To" or "Tutorial" to add to their search needs rather than struggling to type complete words or phrases. Even though Google's Search was one of its first offerings, the corporation never stopped improving it, and it remains the core of its business. A new tool that will help you find your favorite car or dealerships that have enough inventory of what you're looking for, as well as additional facts and specifics about it, is now on the way.

By Monica Green

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