New Bing Automotive Search Launched for Detroit Auto Show 2011

Just in time for the opening weekend of the 2011 Detroit Auto Show, Bing has launched a new automotive search feature that users are going to find extremely helpful when looking for a new or used car.

Bing, the search engine from Microsoft that is attempting to take on Google, may see its automotive searches jump significantly with the new technology that should see wide use during the Detroit Auto Show. Just type in the make and model of the vehicle you are interested in and Bing will assemble all of the important information (price, fuel economy, user rating, listings in your area) as well as quick links to additional information right within the search result.

To make it work, head over to, type in a year, make and model, and then hit the search icon. Once on the search results page, click on the auto tab and it brings up a lot of information including specifications and reviews. Important information included are competitors and safety information in addition to that listed above.


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