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NADAguides Releases 2Q Car-Buyers Market Report

June 23, 2011

COSTA MESA, Calif. — Vehicle pricing and information provider NADAguides announced its 2011 Second Quarter Car Buyers Market Report. The six-vehicle list includes the 2011 Acura TL, 2011 Dodge Challenger R/T, 2011 GMC Terrain SLE-2, 2011 Hyundai Azera Limited, 2011 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab V6 Manual, and the 2011 Toyota Venza I4 AWD.

Taking into consideration the recovering economy, current fuel prices and changing vehicle availability from Japanese manufacturers, NADAguides’ analysts recommended this set of vehicles based upon specific criteria important to new-car shoppers.

“There are numerous factors influencing car shoppers today and in some cases, car research and purchasing a vehicle has become unattractive to consumers,” said Troy Snyder, NADAguides director of product development. “Lower incentives and mixed economic news have stinted new-car sales in recent months, but rest assured, there are deals currently available at local lots on some phenomenal vehicles and we have the list.”

The vehicles on NADAguides Top Recommended Current Buys are competitively priced, offer incentives and rebates or other features that add value to the vehicle, offer a very low first-year depreciation rate and maintain their value better than others.

Also, NADAguides reviewed the current days-supply of each model to ensure that each had sustainable dealer inventory currently on lots.

To qualify under the Top Recommended Current Buys, a top new car is considered for the list based on having a first-year ownership depreciation value of 21 percent or less, competitive MSRP, manufacturer warranty, current financing incentives, safety ratings, additional product features and days-supply product availability.

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