Consumer Reports 2000 Buying Guide

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Consumer Reports Books, Nov 1, 1999 - Reference - 350 pages
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All year long, every year, consumers are constantly being presented with buying decisions, large and small: I need a new car ... what should I get, and should I lease or buy? I'd like to shop online but I've never done it and I'm nervous about giving my credit card number.

Consumer Reports Buying Guide 2001 can help. This trustworthy, compact book has solutions to all problems of consumer life plus the best buying advice that Consumer Reports has to offer. Expert strategies are offered for finding the many products you want at the best prices, whether shopping online, by mail order, or in the stores. Advice is based on up-to-the-minute reporting, research and reader surveys from America's #1 Consumer Test Center, as well as over 60 years' experience at testing a wide array of products, such as cars, appliances, computers, home entertainment components, and more.

Included are the latest results from the Consumer Reports test labs, with prices and model availability, updated specially for the Buying Guide 2001. You'll also find previews of the 2001 model-year cars, trucks, sport-utility vehicles, minivan and pickup trucks; and our guide to the best and worst used cars of the last eight years. The comprehensive reference section includes cars and household products recalled during the past year, a full list of manufacturers' telephone numbers and addresses, and an eight-year index which indicates when the last full report on a given subject was published in Consumer Reports.

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Catalog shopping
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Extended warranties
21
Brand repair histories
28
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Consumer Reports is located in Yonkers, NY and for more than 70 years has tested and reported on products of every form, size and shape, including consumer electronics, autos, appliances, baby products, and health and financial services. Consumer Reports is trusted for its expert unbiased testing and reporting, and for the fact that it does not take advertising and is beholden to no commercial interest.

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