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  • Indian car buyers turn to the internet
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Indian car buyers turn to the internet

Buying a car is a big decision for most people, so rather than just walking into a showroom, many will take to the web to do a bit of research beforehand. This is common amongst Indian car buyers, too, but studies suggest the current online offering isn’t enough for the nation's shoppers.

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