The system produces a title history report that shows where and what states the vehicle was titled in, previous odometer readings and whether it has a brand that could impact the vehicle’s safety and/or value, such as salvage, junk, rebuilt or flooded.
Cyber security experts say Chrysler, Nissan and GM vehicles are among the most hackable cars on the market.
In a report due out later this week, Chrysler's 2014 Jeep Cherokee, Nissan's 2014 Infiniti Q-50 and General Motors' 2015 Cadillac Escalade top the list of most hackable vehicles.
Researchers reviewed key criteria, including the vulnerability of remote access technologies, such as Wi-Fi and bluetooth.
Access to such technology could allow hackers to gain control of systems to manipulate and cause physical damage to the car.
Topping the list of "Least Hackable" the 2014 Dodge Viper, 2014 Audi A-8 and the 2014 Honda Accord.