Explore trends for pricing and MSRP discounts for the U.S. automotive industry.
More about the data
How is this data collected?
The Foureyes inventory platform currently collects data from more than 16,500 new car franchise dealer websites nightly. The total volume is over 3 million new vehicles. The platform collects details about inventory, pricing, and messaging and cross-references with historical data and internal VIN analysis to create this dataset. From there, we apply hygiene including removal of dealer trades and recalls, inventory anomalies as well as inventory listed across multiple websites. While the inventory bot runs nightly, the hygiene takes a two-day period, thus the standard delay in the reporting.
This is only a subset of the data collected by Foureyes. It does not include any private dealer or confidential OEM data.
If I’m using Foureyes, is this sharing my data?
All the data we are sharing is compiled and cleaned from publicly-available data. Data that is collected from our Foureyes script on dealer websites belongs to the dealer and is not part of this dataset. The data collected via our dealer website script and third party integrations with OEM sales data, CRMs, and DMSs is not shared. Read more about our commitment to data privacy here.
Is this something you’re going to update regularly?
No. This data set focuses on auto sales during COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders, February-May 2020. Visit our Auto Sales Dashboard to explore current sale data and trends. To receive insights and resources from Foureyes, sign up using the form or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does Foureyes use this data?
Foureyes works with brands who use this data to study pricing, incentive effectiveness, and website compliance. Dealers use the data via Foureyes products to have stronger messaging and sales insights throughout the sales process.
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To enable Foureyes to run, we collect massive amounts of publicly-available data. For example, we track new car sales in the US.
Typically, we use this data to power our products, but with the upheaval in the market caused by Coronavirus, we thought the data may be helpful to dealers and OEMs who are struggling to understand what’s going on, where trends are pointing, and how to make the best decisions.