New And Used Vehicle Sales Fall In November

Monday, December 2, 2019

New vehicle sales in Hamilton County fell to 865 in November and used vehicle sales fell to 3,118, according to figures from the County Clerk's office. 

That compares to 1,012 new vehicles sold and 3,198 used vehicles sold in November 2018. 

Totals for November included 271 new cars and 594 new trucks sold. They included 1,379 used cars and 1,739 used trucks sold.


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