New cars and trucks began to pile up on dealer lots during this year's cold winter, giving buyers more choices and putting downward pressure on prices. But better sales in March and April have left supplies of some vehicles tight, which could mean higher prices.
New cars and trucks began to pile up on dealer lots during this year's cold winter, giving buyers more choices and putting downward pressure on prices. But better sales in March and April have left supplies of some vehicles tight, which could mean higher prices.
New cars and trucks began to pile up on dealer lots during this year's cold winter, giving buyers more choices and putting downward pressure on prices. But better sales in March and April have left supplies of some vehicles tight, which could mean higher prices.

New vehicle inventories tighten up

June 03, 2014 12:55 PM

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