As Auto Deals Add Up, Will Buyers Bite?By
Jonathan Ezor wasn't really in the market for a new car until yesterday. When the 42-year-old father of three read about Ford's (F) new 0% financing plan, the offer was enough to make him call a dealer. Ezor, a professor and lawyer in West Hempstead, N.Y., says he and his wife had talked about replacing their 2003 Ford Windstar minivan, which is showing its age despite having only 40,000 miles, but "it didn't seem to make economic sense." With interest-free financing, however, he puts the odds of them buying a new Taurus X in the next two months at 50-50.
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