Study: Car buyers not impressed by celeb endorsements. How about you? [w/poll]
According to WhatCar, celebrity endorsements only affect one percent of car buyers. They polled over 1,000 folks and just 11 said they could be encouraged by someone famous telling them what to buy. Obviously, a car buyer should purchase the vehicle that makes the most sense to them, not the one that Kate Walsh (above) likens to trying on a good dress. Exceptions can be made, however, for anyone who purchased a Chrysler Cordoba because of its soft Corinthian leather, of which the virtues were extolled beautifully by Ricardo "KHAN" Montalban.
What say you? Can Justin Timberlake convince you to buy an Audi or does Mike Rowe explaining how great the Ford F-150 is make you picture a Chevrolet Silverado in your driveway?
|I find them extremely compelling||1 (16.7%)|
|I find them compelling||1 (16.7%)|
|I find them somewhat compelling||1 (16.7%)|
|I'm indifferent||1 (16.7%)|
|I find them less than compelling||1 (16.7%)|
|I find them utterly repellent||1 (16.7%)|
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