A recent survey by Kelly Blue Book found 59 per cent of Americans hate haggling with dealers to buy a new car.
Sure, everyone wants a fancy new navigation system in their car, but the process of test-driving the vehicle, dealing with sales people and researching which car is safe, while fuel-efficient can be exhausting.
Not even year-end-clearances can entice these buyers.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s most important to Americans while buying a car.
Photo: Kelly Blue Book
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