Cars that are scorching, frozen on the dealers lot
The new Buick Lucerne, which Autoblog is currently testing driving, has a turnover of 18 days, ahead of its full-bodied competitors, the Toyota Avalon (20 days) and the Azera, Hyundai’s newest flagship. On the flip side, the Chrysler Crossfire takes over 300 days to sell. (Links are to reviews.)
The Detroit News discusses major factors contributing to sell a vehicle, such as Toyota’s reputation or gas prices, which doubled sales for the Pontiac Vibe and Nissan Sentra compared to last year.
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[Source: Detroit News]
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