Website Tracks Dubious Dealership Markups

March 23, 2022

Frustrated used car seekers use forum to share price data with other consumers.

March 23, 2022—A website has emerged to expose excessive used car price markups quoted to consumers.

Markups.org, a crowdsourced website reported by Jalopnik, tracks dealerships from across the country and lists vehicle markup by year, make, and model. Records on the website show self-recorded customer notes from conversations with sales associates questioning the honesty of the dealers price quotes.

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