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SUV sales taking over the auto market locally

Following a national trend that has seen sedan car sales drop and Sports Utility Vehicles increase in demand has local car dealers coming up with creative incentives to move inventory.  Jesse Yahnke, sales manager at Jorns Chevrolet in Kewaunee, says leasing options and special pricing on vehicles are making driving bigger vehicles more attractive.  He says the change has been noticeable going back ten years.

 

  


Yahnke adds that SUVs are as economical in some cases as most sedans while offering more room and a luxurious drive.  

 

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