GM to List Used Cars on eBay Motors

General Motors Corp.'s certified used vehicle division recently said it signed an agreement with eBay Motors marketplace to list its entire national inventory on the Web site, Thomson Financial News reports.

The listing won't cost dealers any money and will feature the entirety of GM's used vehicle dealer inventory in a classified listing format to eBay Motors' 11 million unique monthly visitors, GM said.

GM shares fell 1.4 percent to $25.92, while eBay shares rose 12 cents to $27.96.

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