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"If you trade your car in one to three years, buy at the beginning of the model year or in January or February when the weather means that not only do the automakers give incentives, the dealers toss some of their own money into the kitty to help sell cars," he said.
And what, perhaps, are the best year-end buys in the market?
"Big SUVs; they are knocking thousands off on those vehicles," Spinella said.
I'd been looking at this for a day, wondering how to post it. Fortunately, a "blog" is not news, just an opinion. When you read the whole piece, it is clear Spinella is a 'long ownership' advocate. As for good buys on large SUVs, there are other explanations. For example, the 'ding ding' of the gas pump is a powerful argument. However, the gas pump was not interviewed for this piece.
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