Ari and advanced pricing filters

The most engrossing aspect of buying a car (or buying anything for that matter) is pricing. For most of us, price is the first thing we think of when we intend to buy something.

When it comes to buying cars, a smart person would look to get maximum out of his or her budget. This can be a confusing task. In order to make an informed decision, one must technically compare all the cars that fall into the desired price bracket.

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But that is virtually impossible? – not quite.

Oh I see, sure you can use some advance search tool with multiple search fields, you can get that list. However, I am not a big fan of traditional search forms. This is the age of artificial intelligence – you must get what you want by just typing one or two words.

Impossible is nothing  

In order to see each and every car that is falling in your price range, you just have to tell Ari “cars between 50K and 100K” – that’s it. You don’t even have to display common courtesy of “please” or “hi”, just get straight to the point, Ari doesn’t keep grudges. Ari is professional and has a very big heart.

Get what you want

I gave you an example of a fancy pricing range of 50K – 100K. However, when I was looking to buy a car, my budget was a less flattering 25K. I decided to look for the best option between 20K and 30K, not sure if Ari could give me anything in my modest range.

But voila! I am on the brink of buying Perodua AXIA 2017 – best choice I found through Ari's algorithms. 

I am glad that Ari is focusing on learning crucial aspects of the car dynamics. Pricing is something very primary. I personally think that it is a very big leap in an artificial intelligence system that she is teaching herself the all-important things. 

She understands car business so well, she knows what matters and what is secondary.

With such fascinating algorithmic thinking, I am beginning to trust Ari that she will make the best choice for me. I don’t worry about buying and selling cars anymore, I have everything at my fingertips thanks to Ari – come what may.

That’s it for this week, do let us know what you think of Ari’s progress in the comment section below.

We will be back with more Ari updates next week.