How has the Internet changed the car-buying experience, for better or for worse?
I’d appreciate any insights you have to offer as someone who’s looking to buy a car online for the first time.
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Answered on Apr 13, 2021
“Buying cars online is still a relatively new idea, but it’s catching on with consumers. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise in a world marked by COVID-19. But basing an expensive purchase on pictures and data is an interesting concept. Only time will tell if it holds steady, but the prospects look strong now.
The Internet has opened up some benefits for the average car buyer. This includes a national marketplace that allows people to shop for cars that are on the other side of the country. Furthermore, the Internet is rife with great information that allows people to compare insurance rates, financing rates, and car prices with just a click of a button.
In that regard, the car-buying experience has never before been tilted so greatly to the buyer’s advantage. But that’s only if they put in the time to use the knowledge that the Internet provides. “
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