Finance: Buying a car? Drive a bargain


(Linda Stern is a freelance writer. Any opinions in the column are solely those of Ms. Stern. You can e-mail her at lindastern(at) By Linda Stern WASHINGTON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Here's the first thing I would have splurged on, had I won the Powerball Jackpot: Someone to buy my next car for me. It's not the spending that's so painful; it's the buying process. Auto shopping is stressful, made more so because we're led to believe we're somehow deficient if we don't wrangle the ...

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