DETROIT – Zero percent financing again throws the market for a loop in August. Instead of fading to weaker but still strong results in the second month of the programs, as they did last November, sales grew stronger. That’s despite low inventory for the industry’s biggest player, declining consumer confidence, an unstable stock market and mixed indications as to whether the economy is on its way to high growth levels again. Consumers, it appears, can’t get enough of new ...
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