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New Car Prices Come in Flat

New Car Prices Come in Flat Featured

The estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in the U.S. was $34,861 in September, according to Kelley Blue Book.
New-car prices increased by $144 (up 0.4 percent) from September 2016, while remaining flat from August.
Incentives are still rising and averaging nearly 11 percent of transaction prices.
General Motors is the only major manufacturer declining year-over-year, down 3 percent. The only brand to see increases for General Motors was Buick.

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