Oregonians buying more cars

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Oregonians are outpacing the recent national surge of buying new cars and trucks by two percent.

Greg Remensperger is with the Oregon Auto Dealers Association. He says the current financial and economic atmosphere is ideal for buyers.

“It’s really a perfect storm for the consumer. You’ve got high values on your trade-in vehicle, you’ve got incentives from the manufacturer, and you’ve got low financing. It’s just a great time to be out looking.”

Read more at OPB.

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