A new study by AutoVibes, a monthly automotive study conducted by Harris Interactive® and Kelley Blue Book Marketing Research, says that almost 50% of car shoppers take gas prices into account when making their purchasing decisions. The article/survey also points out that SUV sales in May actually increased despite the findings. It seems big incentives from automakers trump the recent increase in fuel costs.
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