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If You Purchase a Car at the End of the Month, You’re Losing Money
Contrary to popular belief, buying a car at the end of the month is not a better deal than buying a car at the beginning of the month. According to a study from car-buying site TrueCar.com, which took a statistical sampling of all car sales, consumers paid the highest average amount for vehicles on the 31st day of the month — $31,545.
The Street | September 29, 2014
Will Rising Incentives Kill Automakers’ Profits?
The Motley Fool’s John Rosevear and Rex Moore recently dug into that question, looking at a new report from analysts at TrueCar.com. As they explain in this short video, while incentives are rising, the biggest increases are happening on one particular type of vehicle — while overall transaction prices are rising as well.
The Motley Fool | September 28, 2014
3 Trends Make Digital Disruption An Urgent Priority
Think of how the likes of Uber in ride sharing, HealthSpot in healthcare, Coursera and Udacity in higher education, Spotify in music, and TrueCar in auto sales threaten to disrupt mature industries (Uber already has) by leveraging some of those digital technologies.
InformationWeek | September 26, 2014
US New-Auto Sales Forecast September 2014: Nissan Surpasses Hyundai, Kia; Toyota Beats Ford; Incentive Spending Rocket
“We expect another strong month for the industry with the best September since 2007,” John Krafcik, president of TrueCar, said in an emailed statement.
International Business Times | September 26, 2014