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Re: Shifting Online Auto Shopping Into High Gear
Posted by: Langley Steinert 2008-01-23 02:45:50
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Some types of commerce are just not a match for the Internet. However, others -- including researching a new car -- caught on with online shoppers. The amount and types of information that can be conveyed online has brought car-buying to a whole new level -- yet few auto marketers are optimizing their use of the medium. A new survey conducted by CarGurus found that new-car shoppers prefer visual material such as photos and video over textual material by a margin of two to one.


Shifting Online Auto Shopping Into High Gear
Posted by: pandreson 2008-09-22 17:04:23 In reply to: Langley Steinert
Driving a vehicle with manual transmission, also known as a stick shift, can be for many drivers young and old. Many motorists go through life without owning or ever even driving a stick shift, but it is a good skill to have as these types of vehicles are popular.
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