Decide to Buy a New Car

New infographic by AutoComparison.com

Did you know that to date 3,821,728 cars have been sold in the US in 2012? In 2011, dealerships sold about 12.8 million new cars in total which represented a 2.4 million increase in new car sales compared to 2010. For 2012, car sales are expected to pass the 14 million mark.

There are manifold reasons why there has been an increase in car sales: For one, the global economic climate seems to have relaxed and economies are starting to slowly pick up slowly again, although the market is not at the level of before 2008. Another simpler reason is that many cars in the US are old. The average truck on US roads is almost 11 years old and in the past surveys have shown that owners hold on to their cars for seven to eight years or longer.




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Buying a New Car - Infographic

Buying a New Car – An infographic by AutoComparison.com




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