Consumers are continually looking for a better way to purchase a reliable used vehicle without having to deal with the pressure from salespeople.
Several online car sellers are trying to remove sales lines like this along with other pain points car buyers face. These virtual used-car sellers not only ditch the dreaded price negotiations and shorten the buying process, but also offer lower average prices than brick-and-mortar dealerships, a recent analysis shows.
While car-buying experts see some potential risks, they say the future of car shopping may be buying online.
That doesn’t mean buying online is always cheaper. At traditional dealerships, prices are usually negotiable, while online prices are often fixed. A skilled negotiator might end up with a better deal by visiting a dealership, but it requires navigating a sales experience that most buyers don’t enjoy.
Read more here
Join us November 12-15 for the Property Portal Watch Conference Madrid 2019.