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vAuto Podcast: Rethinking Your Used Vehicle Reconditioning

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  1. Though dealers might say reconditioning gets done in 3-4 days, the reality is that reconditioning takes more like 13-14 days, according to Mike Boyd, founder of iRecon.
  2. A good software solution creates awareness and brings transparency so that dealers can see what they are doing well and where there is room for improvement.
  3. By rethinking reconditioning in a collaborative way, reconditioning time is controllable through operational efficiencies. Accountability is level-setting expectations, which is very important for all parties involved.

On Episode 2 of the vAuto Podcast, Mike Boyd, founder of iRecon, joins the show to discuss the state of reconditioning across the industry.

While the reconditioning process typically takes 12–14 days, Mike explains how a strong software solution can help dealers increase speed, efficiency and — most importantly — profitability.

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