1. capital goods are goods used to make more consumer goods, whereas consumer goods are goods meant for the use of end consumers only.
2. one buys consumer goods from retail stores for personal,family or household use.
3. capital goods are bought by companies desirous of making the consumer goods.
4. machines,tools,equipments are example of capital goods, whereas bread, butter, cold drink ,t.v.,laptop etc. (in fact everything that is used by people) are example of consumer goods.
the final goods is consumer goods.