Domestic car buyers continue to opt for option-packed vehicles, including those equipped with power windows/locks, sunroofs and compact disc players, a Ward's survey of equipment trends shows. The results, based on the first six months of '99 model production, also reveal that safety devices such as antilock brakes and side air bags continue to gain (see insert for complete details). Some of the ABS installation increase can be traced to the slight rise in traction control penetration, ...
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