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Ford seen as ‘canary’ with record leases spurring used-car glut

A glut of used vehicles has started to depress prices. That trend will intensify as Americans will return 3.36 million leased cars and trucks this year, another jump after a 33 percent surge in 2016, according to J.D. Power. The fallout has already begun, with Ford shaving $300 million from its financial-services arm’s profit forecast for this year.

 

Don't bet on an Audi smaller than A3/Q3

Audi may have room in its lineup for a larger three-row crossover and for more variants of current vehicles, but probably not for anything smaller than its current A3 sedan and Q3 crossover.

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