AD #2281 – Buyers Paying More for New Vehicles, New Headlamps Project Safety Zones, Tesla Model 3 Issues

published 11 months ago by John McElroy

- Average Transaction Price on the Rise - Next-Gen Ford Explorer Details - Hella’s New Headlamps Project Safety Zones - Ford Files Patent for AV Police Car - Tesla-Based Racing Series Gets FIA Approval - Autonomous Development Improves - Tesla Model 3 Issues

On today's show the average price for new cars and trucks is going up by $1000 a year. Ford Pattinson at Thomas police car insanely Monroe points out more design issues with Tesla's model 3 on that more coming right up online daily. This is not a line daily the voice of the automotive industry. Sales of new vehicles are softening in the American market but buyers are paying more for a new set of wheels Kelley blue book reports that the average transaction price is now $36270 that's not the average MSRP it's what people are actually paying including all incentives and discounts only 4 years ago the average transaction price was just a bit over $32000 meaning that it's going up a grand a year ...

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