Automakers saw strong sales for March, 2013 and project that at this rate, 15 million cars will be sold this year. That’s still about two million from the industry’s peak. In this interview for NBR, Rebecca Lindland, automotive consultant at her own firm, Rebel Three Consultants, is asked if the lure of flashy new cars and low interest rates will keep the consumers coming back to the showrooms.
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