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Fewer Deals Available at Franchise Dealerships

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Although new vehicles are sitting on dealer lots longer than at any point since July 2009, incentives - particularly 0-percent finance deals - have been slow to materialize in August, according to Edmunds.
Though days to turn now averages 77 days - two days more than in July - incentives in August were basically flat.
Automakers have also been stingy with financing deals. Only 10 percent of loans in August had 0-percent APRs, compared to 15 percent of loans last August.

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