Cars Are Selling for Far Above the Sticker Price

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Amid high demand and an inventory shortage, car dealers are charging as much as $10,000 above vehicles’ suggested retail prices. Auto industry reporter Nora Naughton joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss whether that leaves any room for haggling, and how consumers can avoid dealer mark-ups.

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