BRUSSELS — A biannual report by the European Commission confirms the U.K. is still the most expensive place in the European Union to buy a car. Even though the pound has weakened about 6% against the dollar, car prices in the U.K. have not declined, the report says. Additionally, car prices continue to vary within the euro zone. Prices were found to be on average 19.5% higher on identical models in certain countries. According to the EC, Audi AG, BMW AG, DaimlerChrysler AG, Nissan ...
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