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Kelley Blue Book Confirms: Cash for Clunkers Raises Costs of Cars for Poor

August 10, 2009 at 10:07 am Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

The laws of economics matter, regardless if President Obama, Betty Sutton, and Rob Portman don’t thing so:

Basing their argument on the fact that about 250,000 clunkers have already been traded in for new cars and that with another $2 billion in funding expected, up to 500,000 more used cars could be taken out of the market, Kelley sees the value of used cars in general rising steeply, if only for a brief time.

The average increase estimate is between 5%-10%.

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