Deal rating discrepancies between search result page and individual listing page

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Asked by Oct 10, 2017 at 03:07 PM about the 2008 Honda Element EX AWD

Question type: General

I was looking on your site and I noticed that when looking at a list of search
results, every deal is rated as a great, good, fair deal etc. but when I click on
an individual listing, the deal rating is sometimes different. Example: A listing
when viewed on the search result page is listed as a fair deal ($680 below)
but when clicking on the individual listing to review the details, the listing is
now listed as a great deal ($2048 below market). Why is there a discrepancy
like this in MANY cases and what does the discrepancy mean? Thanks,
Scott

2 Answers

299,745

http://cargurus.helpscoutdocs.com/article/10-what-is-imv

299,745

Does it really matter what the program is calculating vs what the actual selling price is? You can go drive the vehicle and negotiate for less. The deal pricing is a guide.

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