NH car dealers: Gap between new, used car pricing narrows significantly
''Customers, because of the economy, held on to their cars longer. On average, 11 years or longer,'' said Pete McNamara with the N.H. Auto Dealers Association.
''When that happens, the amount of used cars on the market dwindle down which, supply and demand, brings their value back up,” said Sam Verge, Team Nissan executive manager. “So, right now people coming in to trade their cars in are getting amazing trade values for their trades.''
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