David Paris, Senior Manager, Market Insights at J.D. Power | April 17, 2020
With 42 states and over 300 million Americans under stay-at-home orders, chances are you’ve probably spent a lot of time watching TV or browsing online and been hit with a wave of attractive advertisements from automakers highlighting current deals on new vehicles. If you haven’t paid attention you should, because the offers available right now are great as current incentive spending is near record levels. For those who have contemplated buying a new or used vehicle and decided to hold off, you might want to reconsider and here are some reasons why.
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