Car buyers today have it good. They have automaker websites, dealer websites and any number of car-buying tools at their disposal, to say nothing of the tons of buying advice on websites. Back in the 1990s, things were harder. "Research" meant print magazines, newspaper classified ads and just trusting that your salesperson wasn't a lying, cheating jerk. (Some things never change.)
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As technology further integrates into the car industry, doing things from the car continues to get easier. You can have Volvo drop off packages, talk to Amazon's Alexa and all sorts of things. But technology can also allow people to access cars long after they have sold them, which is enough to leave any buyer uncomfortable.