ORLANDO, FL – Franchised dealers are selling more used vehicles than before – and for more money per transaction, reversing a trend in which pre-owned prices had softened because of heavy incentives on new cars in recent years. New-car dealers sold 3% more used vehicles – 16.4 million units – in 2005 compared with 2004, according to Manheim Auctions’ 2006 Used Car Market Report. That includes units sold from lots that are owned by dealers but separate from their franchised operations. ...

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