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How Hyundai is Using Customer Loyalty to Cut Down Leasing Costs

Both car buyers and dealerships like high residual values on vehicles. Car owners like them because it makes it easier to sell their vehicle for a good price later, and dealerships like them for pretty much the same reason. All automakers covet such an accolade on their brand (witness Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche) but know [...]
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