NJ New Car Sales Are Up in 2015
2009 was not a great year for auto dealerships in NJ. In fact, it was not a great year for the country as we were in the middle of the biggest recession of our generation. The last thing most families could afford was a new automobile. 2009 was the worst year for auto dealerships in NJ in more than 20 years. However, each year the numbers have slowly improved, and the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers Sales reported a 6% increase in sales in 2014 from the year before. In total, sales for 2014 were $32 billion. Although the year is only half over, the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers Sales estimates that 2015 may be even bigger.
Why the increase in automotive sales? First and foremost, the economy has improved significantly from 2009. The job market, especially for new graduates, has rebounded, and more Americans report that they have more dispensable income. Additionally, with gas prices and the emergence of hybrid technology, Americans see a new car purchase as an investment in a greener way to travel. Finally, there's dependability. New cars are more dependable and safe than models from ten years ago, providing new families with peace of mind every time they go on the road.
Whether you're looking for new or used car dealers in NJ, remember to choose a dealer you can trust with a robust inventory, affordable pricing, generous trade options, financing and more. 1800 Autoland on RT. 22 in Springfield, NJ has been a top choice for NJ motorists for years. We offer new and used models from Chrysler, Toyota, Jeep, and Dodge, and you won't find a better price anywhere else. Don't believe us? Visit our lot today at 170 Rt. 22 E, Springfield, NJ or visit us online to check out our latest models and promotions.
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