US: Inventory turn shortens even as prices rise
For the first time in three years, the average days to turn (the number of days a vehicle sits on a dealership forecourt) for the US new vehicle retail market has consistently been less than 60 days, even as new vehicle transaction prices rise, according to the Power Information Network (PIN), a division of JD Power and Associates.
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