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RumbleOn Rolls Out Next-Generation Website and Enhanced Cash Offer App

May 20, 2019

DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 20, 2019--

Whether a customer wants to buy, sell, or trade something with two wheels or four, RumbleOn (NASDAQ: RMBL ) the only 100% online pre-owned vehicle marketplace, now has you covered. Featuring enhanced usability and additional vehicle categories like cars and trucks, RumbleOn’s innovative website now has over 2,000 vehicles available for purchase. Anyone looking to sell their car or truck can now use the RumbleOn App and get a real cash offer in 15 minutes or less, just like if they were selling a motorcycle or powersports vehicle. The first cash offer in these new categories was issued just minutes after launch.

“With the addition of cars and trucks on our website and mobile app, RumbleOn is setting the new standard in frictionless consumer transactions through the only 100% online, easy to use, one-stop shop for nearly anything with a VIN,” said Marshall Chesrown, Founder and CEO of RumbleOn. “By further expanding our digital and mobile footprints in the trillion-dollar preowned vehicle marketplace, we can now purchase cars, motorcycles, trucks, and powersports vehicles directly from customers anywhere in the United States. The continued improvement of our technology and platforms are key elements to our growth and business momentum, and we will build on the success of these launches as we plan for future expansions into new vehicle categories.”

With its newly expanded functionality and online inventory, RumbleOn opens up a world of new options for customers looking to swap out their pre-owned vehicle for something better suited to their tastes, needs, or lifestyle. Nowhere else could someone trade in an ATV for a motorcycle, or a truck and a dirt bike for a luxury car, all without having to ever visit a dealership. As a quick refresher, here’s how to get a cash offer via the RumbleOn App:

1. Download the RumbleOn App from the Android Play Store or Apple Store
2. Take a photo of your VIN to auto-populate the information into the app
3. Upload a few photos of your vehicle from the suggested angles
4. Add any other details you think RumbleOn should know, then hit ‘Submit’

It’s that simple. After successful submission, customers receive a cash offer for their car, truck, motorcycle, or powersports vehicle in less than 15 minutes. Anyone looking to sell their motorcycle (and soon, car or truck) can also list their vehicle through RumbleOn Classifieds, the only consumer-only 100% private party listings site.

For more information on how the app works check out the ’How-to” video on YouTube, or head over https://www.rumbleon.com to learn more.

About RumbleOn:

RumbleOn (NASDAQ: RMBL) is an e-commerce company that uses innovative technology to simplify how dealers and customers buy, sell, trade, or finance pre-owned vehicles through one online location. Leveraging its capital-light network of 17 regional partnerships and innovative technological solutions, RumbleOn is disrupting the old-school pre-owned vehicle supply chain by providing users with the most efficient, timely and transparent transaction experience. For more information, please visit https://www.rumbleon.com

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