If there’s one thing car shoppers dread about the buying experience today (beyond the rising interest rates on loans), it’s navigating the arcane labyrinth of trim packages, which are often put together in a way that sees them paying for features they don’t want to get features they do.
Consumer Reports’ Kevin Doyle recently recounted a car buying experience that would perplex the savviest vehicle shopper. With a list of features he wanted in hand and some advice from Consumer Reports’ vehicle experts, he set out to visit car dealerships. Typical of car buying today, he was offered about half a dozen trim level packages, but none of them contained all his “must have” features.
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