From the Wires
Strong Sales to Fuel Upcoming President's Day Car Sales
It may be time to upgrade your vehicle
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 12, 2013 02:08 PM
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The auto industry having strong sales spilling over into the new year, and President's Day 2013 coming, it is sure to be a great time to get a vehicle. With the events and plenty of eyes watching the auto industry, it is hard not to expect a better President's Day Car Sale this year over last years, but also to see many people get the cars they want.
It is going to be a great time to find a vehicle, for a price that just cannot be beaten or passed up. There has been strong sales continuing on into January from last year, and it is looking to continue on into February. Not only is there plenty of coverage on the auto show in Chicago, but there will be plenty of new car deals and used car deals during the President's Day Car Sale 2013.
With the holiday coming right on the tail end of the auto show, and plenty of coverage on the current cars as well as the interest in the cars expected later this year. Holidays always spotlight car deals that otherwise may have gone unnoticed or unadvertised, but with all the buzz around the industry currently and an upcoming potential sale day it is sure to bring about heavy competition.
Dealers last year saw a rise in sales compared to years previous, and some contribute it to consolidation of dealerships, but some contribution goes to more consumer confidence in both the auto industry and loan companies.
Expect to see great sales during this years President's Day and to help keep you informed AutoLiquidator has all the info to find a cheap car near you. Get ready to start seeing plenty of competition for your business in the coming weeks, and especially on February 18th.
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