Twenty percent of all car sales will be conducted online within the next five years, the U.K.â€™s GForces Web Management Ltd. predicts. The path consumers traditionally have taken when purchasing a car, visiting a dealership, test driving a vehicle and signing on the dotted line, could be replaced with an entirely Web-based purchasing process, GForces says in a statement. The company believes up to one-fifth of consumers will read online reviews of vehicles from trusted outlets, find the ...
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