"Best offer" pricing format allows sellers and buyers to negotiate on price and land onto one, which is best for both. Buyer(s) can make a maximum of five price-based offers, and the seller may select or reject any of the offers. Seller can choose price for the vehicle under best offer. Through this pricing format buyer and seller can negotiate in a healthy way and agree to one common price. There can be multiple registered buyers making offers for one deal. Seller can select or reject any of the offers. The listing gets deactivated after the seller accepts an offer. If the seller agrees, then the buyer is obligated to buy. Buyer can directly make a best offer for any vehicle he/she likes without paying the token amount. A buyer only pays the token amount after his offer is accepted by the seller. Once a buyer pays the token amount, the entire amount is covered under the Buyer Protection program and is fully refundable in case of omission or misleading information.