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Low-overhead auto brokers are changing the game for traditional dealerships

[Crain's New York, Matthew Flamm, April 23, 2018]

“Many dealers make almost no money on a new car sale,” said Patrick Anderson, chief executive of Anderson Economic Group, a research and consulting firm in East Lansing, Mich. “They have to make money on incentive payments from the manufacturer, from service and from auxiliary things, like financing. That's been the situation for the past five years, but now sales are slowing, so the strain is starting to show.”

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