HILTON HEAD, SC – The number of used-car buyers using the Internet in the shopping process remained flat from 2002 to 2003, according the J.D. Power and Associates 2003 Used AutoShopper.com study. After seeing consistent increases each year since 1998 when only 14% of used-car buyers used the Internet to shop for vehicles, the number reach a high of 47% in 2002 and stayed the same in 2003. Only 47% of used-car buyers use the Internet. “Honestly, I was taken aback,” Scott ...
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