Cash for Clunkers success pales next to its hypeDavid Welch
The government’s Cash for Clunkers program is over and still the spiff is getting more post-event coverage than any Super Bowl I can remember. The Transportation Department, not surprisingly, has labeled the program a great success. Some analysts have been far less effusive. They say the program was effective in selling cars, but the boost won’t last long enough to really help the car industry for very long. Edmunds.com also shows different data than the government, claiming that pickup trucks sold better than the Transportation Department is letting on.
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