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Carmudi Smashes The 40,000 Mark In Listings

by Caroline Vutagwa
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Nigeria classified, Carmudi, which is barely one year old, has hit the 40,000 mark in the website listings (this is a 60 percent increase); that’s not all the classified has 800,000 Facebook fans.

This milestone comes shortly after a forum held by Carmudi in Ibadan chapter which hosted members of the automobile dealers association. The online marketplace has successfully driven its way into seven cities and is estimated to reach over 10 million users in Nigeria.

Karl-Johann Sturesson, head of Business Development Africa, said: “The trust we have gained from buyers and sellers across the country is amazing. We are thrilled that Carmudi is getting such wide reception from the majority of professional car dealers, and individual sellers who are now listing on our site – with this, we are now in a better position to give people the convenience they deserve to find their dream car.”

With 25 percent of Nigeria’s online consumers planning to buy a new or used car in the next two years, it is very likely that Carmudi will turn into the ideal “one-stop shop solution” for every Nigerian household.

The car site enables customers to easily find or sell their car, motorcycle or commercial vehicle online. At the same time, vehicle dealers and agents get a trusted online presence through a personalized webpage.

Carmudi offers diverse vehicle listings, an intuitive website design and high security standards to avoid fraud.

The business platform operates under a high level of transparency through professional photos, updated listings, detailed descriptions, reports and rankings for 100% of its vehicles in each market. was founded in 2013 and is currently available in Bangladesh, Ghana, Indonesia, Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, United Arabic Emirates and Vietnam.The vehicle marketplace offers buyers the ideal platform to find cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles online. ‎

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