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Cars are generally treated like commodities: most people frequently

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New post 20 Oct 2018, 01:08
Options C and D are irrelevant. Option E talks about costs and breakdowns, whereas the argument is about comfort and great driving experience => irrelevant.

Options A and B are relevant. However, option A talks about only some people (1 person? 5 people? 10 people?), whereas option B is about most of the Mercedes Benz customers. Therefore B is a much more compelling option.
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