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Bay area car dealers trying to clear 2013 inventory

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Car dealers are looking to clear their lots to make way for the 2014 inventory. Car dealers are looking to clear their lots to make way for the 2014 inventory.
WESLEY CHAPEL, FL (WFLA) - As many prepare to ring in the New Year, local car dealers are getting anxious to get in those last-minute deals before 2014.  To draw in customers, they are offering incentives that are only given this time of the year.

Wesley Chapel Nissan General Manger Mark Perryman says having a variety of cars on his lot makes a big difference.

"We cater to every demographic. From an individual that's starting school to all the way up to the enthusiast who wants to buy the super car," Perryman said.

According to Perryman, trade in values are now at their highest if you are looking to get rid of your old car.

"Manufacturers are trying to sell cars, dealers are trying to sell cars so typically you're going to find that we're going to put more money in a used car," said Perryman.

One other thing some dealers are adding for no additional charge are life time warrantees for the drive train.  The year-end deals will go until January 2nd.


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