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American Honda chief John Mendel decries the drift toward ultralong loan periods for car buyers as hurting the overall auto industry and suppressing new-car turnover.
U.S. auto sales might have hit another record last year, but the soaring volume is a double-edged sword for squeezed retailers trying to move the metal.
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