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What is API? API is an One-call XML/JSON API service. It contains of an extensive amount of over 46000 separate detailed automotive technical specifications, more than 3000 car models and over 8400 generations.
The data is accurate, well-structured and organized into 7 groups. It consist of more than 120 different parameters. This helps our prospects to choose only the data they need, without paying for unnecessary information. Along with the vehicle specifications, the service also offers car images.

A team of experts are constantly updating the information on a daily basis via multiple credible sources – manufacturing companies, retailers and experts in the fields. More than half of the records in our DataBase are specifications about European cars. We are currently working on expanding the range through adding information about American and Asian made vehicles.


What languages we support?

We offer our data in 14 languages: English, Български, Русский, Deutsch, Italiano, Français, Español, Ελληνικά, Türkçe, Română, Suomi, Svenska, Norsk, Polski.


Who can benefit from using API?

  • Ferry companies
  • Car dealers and retailers
  • Fleet management companies
  • Car insurance companies
  • Developers
  • Car-related businesses


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