DETROIT, June 21 (Reuters) - Sales of midsize sport utility vehicles are weakening as a pullback in incentives does little to offset rising gas prices, according to a study by J.D. Power and Associates. The segment had the second highest days-to-turn rate in the 26 segments tracked by J.D. Power and Associates, the study showed. Vehicles in the segment that were sold in May sat on dealership lots an average of 73 days, the report said. Full-size vans sold in May were on dealer lots an ...
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