Survey: 76% Of Shoppers Would Consider Bypassing Dealerships & Buy Cars Online, from The Car Connection.
So, you might not be surprised to hear about a new survey, which shows that 76 percent of consumers around the globe would consider buying vehicles online rather than in a showroom.
The survey was conducted by Accenture, and it asked 10,000 people in Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, and the U.S. about their use of digital technology before, during, and after buying a car. (While most of those countries accounted for 10 percent of respondents, Chinese residents accounted for 30 percent. More on that in a sec.)