Want to Snag a Year-End Bargain? Try These Seven Oversupplied CarsBy
Today and tomorrow may be two of the best days of 2013 to buy a car. Dealerships are always eager to swap inventory for cash at the end of a quarter, and in the final 48 hours of the year they particularly want to make room for the 2014 models that have been trickling in since September. And while demand has been strong all year, so too has production. At the beginning of December, North American dealers had more cars and trucks on hand than at any time in the past two years.
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