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September U.

S. sales fell for most major automakers from the post-Hurricane Harvey bump a year ago. But another factor is emerging as a headwind to sales: affordability for some new-vehicle shoppers.

As vehicle transaction prices and interest rates keep rising and automakers reduce incentives, analysts and dealers are signaling that the resulting higher prices for consumers could be hitting a critical point, if they haven't already.



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Analysts Concerned That Vehicles Are Now Too Expensive For Many Consumers

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