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New Car Sales Projections for March up by 25 Percent from Last Year

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[Best Syndication News] Things are looking up for new vehicle sales for the month of March according to a J.D. Power and Associates Report. They are making a projections of an increase of 25 percent compared with the same time last year.

March new car sales are predicted to sell 883,000 vehicles. The explained that the first part of March seen robust sales and expect that the remaining of the month will continue on the same trend.
Toyota suffering from their recall, has been offering sales and financing options to attract new car sales. The report said that this could spark a incentive war amongst automakers. They add that this could slow the recovery of the hurting automotive industry.

Toyota is offering 0% interest for 60 months on certain car models, depending on where you live. If you are already a Toyota owner, they are offering for a limited time a 2 year maintenance package with the purchase of some of their vehicles. They have different cash back offers on top of that ranging from $500 - $3,000 depending on the model. To check out the offers on the Toyota car sales you can visit toyota.com and type in your zip code to find out what new car model sales promotions are going on there.

By: N Wilson

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