Originally Posted by Tonker1
Say you want to check economy on a popular car like a VW Golf. I want to check on a Golf R. There are lots of identical 2.0 engine choices and it isn't possible to search by the car. So it's impossible to make sense. I suspect non-car guys did your techy stuff. You need to sort it rapidly or your website will lose its relevance - make it difficult to find vehicles and you will haemorrhage traffic. And you will fail.
Plea sort it out as it was a crackingly good and simple site. The update probably looked good in a PowerPoint presentation, but in execution it's a mess.
Thanks for the feedback. We are working on this specific area of the site as top priority right now. I outlined in this post
some of the work underway right now around better classification of vehicles.
Just to clarify what you're looking for, you're wanting to see a way to view all the various engine types together in a collection instead of being forced to drill down to each individual engine type and look at the data that way, correct?
Just wanted to make sure I clearly understand.
On vehicle search in general we are working to ensure all of that is working since there certainly are a good many cases where it isn't right now. We'll keep you posted on progress but it certainly is a major focus for us to make vehicle search and reference one of the best aspects of Fuelly, as it has been since its inception.