USA: Incentives encourage new car buyers to move up
Big incentives are enticing a growing number of US new car buyers into better equipped and higher priced models, according to CNW Marketing Research. In April, the average sticker price of vehicles sold to consumers topped $US28,000 for the first time in history, up nearly 9% from a year ago. Even after massive incentives, the price of vehicles climbed more than 4%.
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