When the Wheels Stop Rolling

When it comes to new car sales, most Americans are payment buyers. We want a good deal, for sure, but we really need a car payment that fits our monthly budgets. That’s a problem, given that we also want premium brands, snazzy features, and, for many of us, hulking big machines that look like they’d be more at home tearing up jungle roads than cruising on asphalt around town or on the interstate. All of that stuff costs money, which is in short supply with modest wage growth. But that’s OK. For the last several years, automakers, or at least […]

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