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MotorHeadline: New year revolutions – What to look for in 2023



(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Augusta Press.) 

The automotive industry is going through a tough phase at the moment as 2022 was a challenging year for most manufacturers, resellers, dealers and customer...

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  1. My theory for the high prices for vehicles currently is a strategy for manufacturers to bridge the price gap between the conventional vehicles and the “new “ hybrid and electric vehicles. This helps recoup the cost of manufacturing changeover to the new technology.

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