A new survey conducted by Maritz Poll shows consumers expect vehicle incentives to remain, even when the economy improves. Four out of five people surveyed (83%) say they strongly or mildly agree with the statement “most people now expect incentives to be part of any new vehicle purchase/lease.” Only 23% say they strongly or mildly agree with the statement: “When the economy improves vehicle incentives will likely go away.” Some 25% of respondents strongly agree and 28% mildly agree ...

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