Edmunds.com, a car shopping website, conducted a survey in early June to discover just how stressful Americans find the car buying experience.
The answer is, very.
The survey, conducted through its website, consisted of 1,000 adult Americans, ages 18 and over, and found that one in three participants would rather go to the DMV or sit in the middle seat on an airplane, than go through the traditional car buying experience.
When asked what they were willing to give up for one month in exchange for a haggle-free purchase, 41% would say goodbye to Facebook, and 21% said they would give up sex.
Millennials, which some believe to be the hardest sell in the automotive industry, had the strongest aversion to the car buying experience, coming in at 91% against haggling, compared to baby boomers that came in at 78% against.