Black Book has updated its iPowersports iPhone application to work with the phone’s newest operating system, and has added ATV and cruiser categories to the lineup.
The app is updated at least 12 times a year and allows users to tap into Black Book’s database of more than 13,000 vehicles going back to 1981 model year. Monthly and annual subscriptions are available.
Black Book’s managing editor Ricky Beggs says the program is easy to use and search by class, year, make and model. The features include:
• Auction wholesale value
• Average retail Black Book value
• Clean and fair trade value
• Original MSRP value
• Finance Advance value
• More than 17,000 unique motorcycle VIN
• Engine displacement and number of cylinders
This story originally appeared in the Dealernews July 2011 issue.
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