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DETROIT – Ford is tops among automakers in terms of product-replacement rate over the next four years, followed by Honda, according to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch “Car Wars” study. A high replacement rate drives down showroom age, which increases market share, and in turn fuels profits and stock prices, the study says. Automakers with the highest replacement rate and youngest relative showroom age generally have gained market share from ...
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