Internet sales per dealer hold steady, NADA survey shows

Harris, Donna
November 1999
Automotive News;11/22/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5849, p62
Trade Publication
Reports on the vehicle sales generated by automobile dealers in the United States through the Internet. Average Internet sales per dealer according to a research by the National Automobile Dealers Association; Decline in use-vehicle sales from online leads; Dealers that have set up their own Web sites.


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