ADESA Adds Emissions Codes to Vehicle Condition Reports – Remarketing
ADESA, a business unit of used vehicle digital market operator KAR Auction Services, Inc. d / b / a KAR Global, recently added OBD2 emission codes to condition reports of vehicles inspected in ADESA sites, according to a press release.
The codes will be added directly from the scan at the inspection point and displayed on the ADESA status reports. They will appear as text in a clear and easy to understand table format.
“We are constantly improving our inspection process and condition reports to ensure our customers get the clear, accurate and actionable data they need to be successful,” said John Hammer, Chief Commercial Officer of KAR Global and President of KAR Global. ‘ADESA, in a statement. . “OBD2 scans and the data they provide are nothing new to the industry, but the speed, delivery and clarity of how we display them to our customers is what will have a significant impact. We make sure our buyers and sellers have a faster, clearer path to the key information they need to make informed decisions.
ADESA inspectors will use Bluetooth devices to seamlessly integrate the results directly into the vehicle condition report. If the check engine light is on, the status report will display the corresponding active emission codes. If the check engine light is off and no OBD2 code is displayed, the status report will show “no diagnostic code was reported”.
Srisu Subrahmanyam, COO of ADESA, added: “Armed with OBD2 information at the point of inspection, sellers can easily make pre-sale reconditioning decisions to fix the cause and clear codes before sale, thus adding value to their vehicle. And if no action is taken, buyers who review the status report will have more confidence in the accuracy of the listing, which could lead to more auction activity.
OBD2 scans provide more comprehensive diagnostic information about vehicle lights or issues already disclosed during standard inspections. They give sellers and buyers more detailed information to help understand the root cause (s) and extent of vehicle issues. Codes resulting from an OBD scan will not affect the vehicle’s AutoGrade.
Originally posted on Vehicle Remarketing