A majority of consumers who search the
internet for cars are unhappy with the experience, according to a
survey.

FindsYou.com said that 59 per cent of respondents were dissatisfied
with car sales sites, indicating that bricks-and-mortar dealerships
still have plenty of fans.
 
The survey results were released by FindsYou.com as it launches
itself in the motor sector, having operated “successfully” in the
housing market for some time, the company said. It claimed to offer
“a new, cost-effective and very easy way for car dealers to sell
their cars online”, without the need for time-consuming weekly
stock updates.
 
The service is free for buyers, while dealers who sign up before
the end of September are entitled to 18 months’ free usage of the
site, with no obligation to continue once the trial period is
over.