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1999–2003 Average New Car Expenditures

Consumer outlay for new domestic cars slighty decreased in 2002 and 2003, while imports increased in 2003. Listed below are the consumer expenditures for domestic and import cars for 1999 through 2003. These expenditures do not include items such as taxes, destination charges, dealer costs, etc. The “average” figures are weighted measures based on the number of vehicles sold and other factors. The change column indicates the percentage change from the previous year.

Source: Ward’s Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures 2004

SUVs continue to become more popular among US drivers, accounting for 27.2% of all light vehicle sales in the first seven months of 2004, compared with 26% the same period in 2003.
(The New York Times, 8/17/04)




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