• It's a lot easier
• It's a lot faster
• It's cheaper
• You achieve customer satisfaction
Indeed, the car buying habits of car shoppers is changing. Take a look at the following research:
"Vehicle sales to consumers are shifting online at a rapid pace. By 2007, 37 percent of all new car sales
will be the direct result of a specific purchase decision made online. Automotive sites that accommodate consumers' diverse research styles and needs can most effectively influence their purchase decisions." -www.researchandmarkets.com/
But auto buying should still be done offline. The internet only provides us with tools and services to make it easier to identify and pick the cars to buy. We are free to look and compare online without the watch eye of the car salesman. Indeed, car salesmen will keep their jobs because people have different shopping preferences. Some people like to shop with the help of a professional and that's where salesmen come in the picture.
But others like to take their time shopping for a car without the sales pitch and without the pressure. That's the way I feel. You don't like to shop for clothes in a big department store with the saleslady following you around and pointing potential buys. You would rather be alone and decide your purchases. So it is with auto purchases.
Whether you are buying new cars or buying used cars , there are ways to do it online - easy way. Online car services provide more detailed comparisons than a car salesman could possibly do. And you can take your time in your auto purchases in the privacy and comfort of your home.
Take a look at a car service like Web2Carz.com. Buyers at the site said: “Very quick and helpful... I will always come back to the site to look for cars", “It was fast and easy to fill out.”, “Good”. Forbes interviewed the founders of Web2Carz, Ben Wallach and Alex Bravy, in its August 29, 2012 issue.
Web2Carz was named to the Inc. 5000 List of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2011, coming in at number 523 with a three-year sales growth rate of 641 percent.