Thursday August 13, 2020

Car-buying habits changing at speed

A study to find out how much money Irish people are spending on new cars has unearthed some fascinating results

29th July, 2018
Well thought out: the Volkswagen Crafter

Cartell.ie, a site that always endeavours to find interesting trends in the vast reams of data it handles on a daily basis, last week revealed the results of some new research, following analysis of the value of new car purchases made between 2006 and the end of June this year. The aim of the study was to ascertain if Irish buyers were spending more or less on new cars than they used to, adjusting for...

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