U.S. new vehicles being kept longer than ever, Polk says
By Danielle Emerson
American drivers are holding on to their new vehicles longer than ever — to nearly six years — a new study says. Research firm Polk, citing data compiled in September 2011, said U.S. consumers kept their new vehicles an average of 71.4 months — up 4.7 months from March.
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