US: New vehicle affordability falls in Q4
A 2.2-week rise in the number of weeks of work required to purchase a new vehicle in the US was the biggest one-quarter deterioration in affordability ever recorded by the auto affordability index compiled by Detroit-based Comerica Bank, which said the purchase of an average-priced new vehicle took 26.2 weeks of median family income in the fourth quarter.
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