MADRID – Spaniards bought twice as many used cars as new cars in first-half 2013, despite the availability of government rebates for new-vehicle purchases. Data from the Automobile Studies Institute, a branch of the ANFAC auto makers group, says sales of used cars reached 809,160 units through June, a 5% increase from year-ago. New-car demand went in the opposite direction, falling 4.9% to 386,353. The Effective Vehicle Incentive Program, offering rebates of up to €2,000 ...

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