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Where do Kiwis go for cars?

Where do Kiwis go for cars?

The virtual marketplace of online classifieds and auctions harnesses some of the most powerful attributes of the Internet –matching individual supply and demand, and empowering and bringing people together. Shopping online for cars also holds particular appeal for those keen to browse at their convenience without pressure to purchase, and car manufacturers and resellers can capitalise on this by providing up-to-date specifications about their range online.

Below is a ranking of the websites in the automotive category in Market Intelligence, ranked by unique browsers.

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