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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric
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Britain???s first contactless car vending machine launched in London today, offering motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car. The installation in London???s Spitalfields Market has been created by Auto Trader, the largest digital marketplace for new and used cars, to illustrate its unique pre-haggled prices and transparent price offering. A new study by the brand of 2,000 British motorists found over 9 in 10 Brits (92%) admitted they are bad at haggling when it comes to buying a car and 89% said they find haggling embarrassing and uncomfortable. In fact, haggling on prices (41%) topped their list of anxieties about buying a new car, along with hidden costs (39%), worrying about making the wrong decision (28%) and having to wait a long time to receive a car after buying it (25%). In fact, 4 in 5 (79%) Brits think our continental counterparts are far better at haggling and even those who attempt to haggle here in the UK, over a third (38%) admit they are not confident in their own ability. On the back of this research, Auto Trader has introduced a new contactless car vending machine, offering consumers a haggle-free purchasing option. The bespoke contactless vending machine system installed today in London, allows purchases up to ?L21,000, showcasing how consumers can ??sbuy and go??? without having to worry about any haggling on the price, by finding a car and dealer through Auto Trader. A team of six engineers spent three months designing and building the contactless car dispenser. A custom-made point of sale system and key release function was created, alongside an integrated payment and door release mechanic. The installation features a brand-new Renault Zoe by Lookers Motor Group, which is one of the most searched for electric cars in the country, according to search data from Auto Trader. In just the past month, there have been nearly half a million searches for electric vehicles (463,277) on Auto Trader. The vehicle comes with a pric

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