Two datasets for buying a car

Two sites I just made a lot of use of when choosing a second-hand car:

http://www.spritmonitor.de/ is a crowdsourced real-life
fuel-consumption site, whereas http://www.anusedcar.com/ remashes the

data from the German TÜV car reliability reports.
Just to show that interesting uses of large datasets are not
restricted to social science ;-)

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