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Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, 12:01 a.m.
 

Trib Total Media Inc. and the Greater Pittsburgh Auto­mobile Dealers Association have started a car-buying website that will let consumers search the combined inventory of more than 40 local dealers.

PittsburghAutoSuperstore.com is locally owned and operated and was designed to be an efficient resource for car buyers in Southwestern Pennsylvania, using buying insights from dealerships involved.

In addition to the inventory search ability, the website features a trade-in value tool, a section offering best deals for finding vehicles under $15,000, financing options and live online auctions.

The inventory search tool has a database of tens of thousands of new and used vehicles sold by participating dealers.

Visitors to PittsburghAutoSuperstore.com through March 22 can enter a contest to win a $25,000 down payment for their next new car.

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