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Millennials will grow to 25% of U.S. market in 2015, TrueCar says

Millennials will become a serious force in the US car market in 2015, TrueCar said in a new report this week. The car-buying site estimates that the group will purchase 4.24 million vehicles to compose 25 percent of the new-vehicle market and generate $135 billion in revenue.  » READ

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