Why do buyers cross some vehicles off their shopping lists? High prices, bland styling and measly incentives are the main culprits. That’s according to a new survey by J.D. Power and Associates. The survey is interesting because, although consumers are often polled on why they buy this or that vehicle, seldom are they asked why they don't buy a particular model. Most people mention price for rejecting a vehicle. And it’s not because the price is too low. Vehicles with the highest ...
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