Survey Finds Vehicle Owners Trust Their Car Repair Shop

Survey Finds Vehicle Owners Trust Their Car Repair Shop
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When drivers find a car repair shop they like, they stick with it… and that’s because they trust the mechanics will do a good job. A recent study finds that about 50 percent of people completely trust their garage to fix their cars. The survey, which was conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center,… Continue Reading...

Survey: What Car Buyers Hate About the Experience

Survey: What Car Buyers Hate About the Experience
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There are a lot of great feelings that come along with buying a new car, but there are a few things that we wish weren’t attached to the experience. Can you guess what they are? We’ll give you a hint about the top two that head the top of the list – they have to… Continue Reading...

Survey: Two-Thirds of Consumers Looking to Buy a Used Car

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Survey: Two-Thirds of Consumers Looking to Buy a Used Car
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If you’re looking to buy a car this year, chances are it’s going to be a used one… at least, that’s what a new survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center says. According to the 2011 Car Brand Perception survey, 65 percent of people who responded said that they were more likely to consider… Continue Reading...

Now is the Time For New-Car Buyers to Negotiate a Great Deal

Now is the Time For New-Car Buyers to Negotiate a Great Deal
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Now that the market is on a tentative upswing, there is no time to waste – one of the positive points about a recession is that new-car buyers are in charge when it comes to making a deal. Data collected from a recent survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center shows that half of… Continue Reading...