by CDK Global | 30 March 2018

What Car Shoppers Think About Buying Online

Buying a car should be a fun, meaningful purchase. But many shoppers think it’s a stressful ordeal. We asked 265 in-market or recent car buyers what they thought about beginning their car deals online, and then wrapping up the sale in store.

Here’s what they said about their journeys:

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