Consumers Lack Confidence in Car Buying

By Staff Writer November 21, 2018

A recent survey conducted by Capital One Auto Finance found consumer concerns over the current car buying process – including transparency, time issues and overall confidence – could keep them from buying a car.


Only 6 percent of respondents find the car-buying process completely transparent.


Only 20 percent of respondents feel very confident when shopping for a car.


There is a small minority that feels in complete control of the process. Sixteen percent of respondents say they are "a boss" when it comes to negotiating during the car buying process.

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