At Shift, we want a car’s detail page to be a virtual window into its heart and soul. To do that, we need to first give you all the information that’ll help you decide whether to schedule a test drive.
That’s why we just made a few changes to Shift’s vehicle detail pages that’ll make it easier for you to preview the condition of any car.
Interactive at-a-glance condition reports
For the sake of transparency, we’ve always published the reports from our 200-point inspections. But the most useful information of the issues we spotted and repaired was buried in a long checklist. Rather than make you sift through that long PDF, we’ve made it simpler to scan and spot the condition notes for each of the seven inspection sections.
Click into any section with a note to get more details about the issue, what action is recommended, and whether or not a repair was made.
Better pricing insight through feature badges
A lot goes into Shift’s no-haggle prices. We combine data from the local market with this car’s mileage, features, and inspection findings to arrive at the most precise price possible. To help you get a better sense of the specific factors influencing a car’s price, we’ve added feature badges to the car’s detail page.
When you see one of the badges, you know that aspect of the car has been taken into account in its price. The first eight badges are:
- Higher mileage
- Expected mileage
- Low mileage
- Loaded features
- Hard to come by
- Great resale value
- New tires
- New brakes
More car specifications
We’ve increased the amount of information we display about a car in a new expandable “performance and specifications” section. Need to know whether a car will fit in the garage? Will you make it from Twentynine Palms to Vegas on one tank? We’ve got you covered.
We’re always working on making Shift even better, so let us know what you think of the new updates and condition report.