NextGear Integrates Kelley Blue Book

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NextGear Capital, an inventory finance company, has added Kelley Blue Book Values to its myNextGear web and mobile applications.

As a result of the integration between the two Cox Automotive business units, NextGear Capital customers can receive current market-reflective values at no additional cost for new and used vehicles.

“By continually adapting the way we put information in front of our customers, we can offer them greater flexibility in how they do business,” said Bryan Everly, chief technology officer with NextGear Capital. “We are constantly challenging ourselves to make our product better, and that includes providing cross-platform functionality with other Cox Automotive solutions.”

The addition of Kelley Blue Book Values comes less than a year after NextGear Capital added MMR values to myNextGear. Through these evaluation tools, dealers have access to entry-level data.

“Trusted by consumers and the industry, it was a natural choice to provide Kelley Blue Book Values to NextGear Capital customers,” said Dan Ingle, vice president of vehicle values and industry solutions for Kelley Blue Book. “Kelley Blue Book’s information will not only help mitigate risk, but this aligns with the overall company strategy to provide relevant market-reflective values at the point they are needed in the transaction process.”

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