Shpock+ Motors joins forces with the IMDA

Partnership includes a special package for independent car dealers

Shpock has announced a new partnership with the Independent Motor Dealers Association (IMDA). This allows IMDA members to benefit from Shpock’s dedicated motor sales platform Shpock+ Motors, and the full suite of dealer-specific features completely free of charge. 

"We admire the great work of the IMDA. Independent motor dealers are at the heart of our proposition and we gladly give them the opportunity to have their stock available to the 750,000 UK users who search for a car every month,” says Steve Grice, UK Managing Director of Shpock. The special offer includes listing up to 1,000 cars per month for free and an option to publish their stock by integrating with key feed providers like Autotrader. 


“We are pleased to have Shpock+ Motors onboard the IMDA,'' says Umesh Samani, Chairman of the IMDA. ”In a time when advertising costs are one of the biggest expenses, car dealers are looking for new ways and new audiences to market their cars to. With the newly formed partnership with Shpock+ Motors and the IMDA, dealers can put their stock in front of a new audience which has over 3.5 million. This is great news for dealers as it will sell more cars at less cost. ” 


About Shpock+ Motors

Launched in 2017, Shpock+ Motors offers the chance to connect with a new and unique audience, receive more leads and broaden market exposure. 


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