The average price of a new vehicle has climbed above $30,000 for the first time, says Edmunds.com. Last month the sales-weighted average new vehicle sticker price was $30,481, 2% above November 2003 and 4.6% more than the average new vehicle sticker price in December 2002. The sales-weighted average net price was $26,077 last month, 14% below the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. Edmunds says the average net price has been rising slowly but steadily since July, when it was $24,179, ...

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