Automakers hoping to do away with new vehicle incentives may be in for a rude awakening. A new survey by The Dohring Co. indicates that the majority of American consumers expect incentives and consider them to be a major influence on timing and model selection. The national survey randomly polls almost 8,000 drivers who are planning on purchasing a vehicle in the near future. Over one-half of respondents report that incentives would be their primary consideration in the selection of a ...
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