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Is the future of car-buying online?

Is the future of car-buying online?

They say buying a car is the second most important purchasing decision an adult can make, after choosing where to live, and it’s probably true.

Motorists typically go to extraordinary lengths when shopping for their next car. Research from 2015 found that used car buyers on average spend 27 hours researching a vehicle, travel 48 miles and attend four viewings before parting with their cash.

The sad thing is that even after all this groundwork, many still regret their purchase – almost seven in ten actually, according to a survey of 1,000 drivers conducted by online used car seller Carspring.

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