|Type of business||Private|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, United States|
In 2016, the company began publishing car reviews and specifications to help car shoppers make car purchasing decisions
In May 2018, a quote from a CarBuzz review of the Kia Stinger appeared in a TV spot aired in the US.
CarBuzz has three million users across its platforms.
The carbuzz.com website and CarBuzz apps include prices and specifications for new and used cars, test drive reviews, and advice on new and used car purchases and ownership.
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