Preptest 31 Sec 3 #24

nothblake
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Preptest 31 Sec 3 #24

Postby nothblake » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:08 pm

Appliance dealer argues that modifying appliances without giving them new model names doesn't harm customers' ability to choose their purchases in advance, because the changes are always for their benefit.

How does the answer - that improved versions typically become available before vendors have stopped selling older versions of the appliance with the same model name - weaken the dealer's argument?

chadbrochill
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Re: Preptest 31 Sec 3 #24

Postby chadbrochill » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:07 pm

nothblake wrote:Appliance dealer argues that modifying appliances without giving them new model names doesn't harm customers' ability to choose their purchases in advance, because the changes are always for their benefit.

How does the answer - that improved versions typically become available before vendors have stopped selling older versions of the appliance with the same model name - weaken the dealer's argument?


Because if you went to the store looking to buy the new model, you could possibly be buying an older version that the vendor hasn't stopped selling.




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