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01.10.2017

Consumer’s choice: how I bought a car from the UK over the ’net and shipped it home

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Filed under: business, cars, globalization, internet, New Zealand, UK—Jack Yan @ 08.51

2 Responses to ‘Consumer’s choice: how I bought a car from the UK over the ’net and shipped it home’

  1. […] with many in the manual camp saying, ‘But I own an automatic, because I had no choice.’ If I didn’t have the luxury of a “spare car”, then I may well have wound up with something les…—but I wasn’t going to part with tens of thousands of dollars and be pissed off each time I got […]

  2. […] would like a test drive of a first-gen Captur after I put it into her consideration set. After all, I put my money where my mouth is with Renault, so when I recommend one, I do so with some authority.    In the same note, I detailed […]

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