The Car and Truck Fleet and Leasing Management Magazine Offers Leasing in the Online Used-Car Marketplace

July 22, 2003

Automobile Consumer Services, Inc., (ACS) specializing in online, direct-to-consumer automotive leasing, has launched a new Web site, bringing consumers an online marketplace for late-model, used vehicles. The site, called, offers vehicles which are available for purchase, finance, or lease.Tarry Shebesta, president of ACS, said, “This is a tremendous new opportunity for consumers seeking to lease a late-model vehicle. Without leaving their home or office, they can research price, options, and availability of pre-owned cars and arrange a lease designed to fit their needs.”Private owners, dealers, and lenders with cars coming off-lease are invited by ACS to offer their vehicles for sale through There is no charge for the listing, and all sales information, including pictures, can be entered through the Website.Shoppers visiting the site are greeted with a number of recent vehicle listings. The listings incorporate the specific lease or finance payments if they were to select that vehicle. Consumers with a particular car in mind can search the available inventory, using multiple search options including price, mileage, model-year, and distance from their location.When a shopper finds an attractive finance or lease deal on the site, they can begin by applying for credit online. Once their credit is approved, ACS facilitates the entire transaction.
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