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aboutus-bgVirtual reality is taking car inspections for a spin.

“Online car buyers can now use virtual reality to inspect vehicles before making a decision,” the New York-based Carloha team tells us.

The company, which prides itself on being the simplest way to buy used cars online, has introduced this new feature to eliminate “all hassles” and common concerns associated with car inspections.

Carloha’s virtual reality car inspections take away all doubts, as buyers can experience the actual car from both outside and inside, all in 360 degrees. All they need to do is click using a laptop or rotate their mobile phone to experience the real car.

According to Tuesday’s official word, Carloha’s virtual technology can be seen in action on all Carloha certified cars labeled ‘VR’ on the website.

“Being the first to provide used car VR experience among our competitors, we at Carloha aim to improve the overall customer experience and trust as well as strengthen our competitive advantage as an innovative start-up company,” said Liang Long, CEO and Co-founder of Carloha.

To check out VR in action on the car lot, visit Caloha online here.

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