Car Buyers Prefer Web, Survey Says

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DETROIT New car buyers are clicking their way to auto dealership Web sites and moving away from newspaper ads, fueling a continued and frenzied push for ad dollars to the Internet, according to findings released Tuesday by Friedman-Swift Associates, an automotive marketing research firm.

Last year, 30 percent of new car buyers visited dealer sites, compared with 35 percent who looked at dealer advertising in local newspapers.

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