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This year is shaping up to be a record year for consumer spending on new vehicles, and that could make it tempting for automakers to return to giddily building too many vehicles as they try to to capitalize on resurgent demand -- then having to resort to discounts to sell them all. When asked about the danger of returning to these bad practices, Thomas King, senior director of consulting and analytics with J.D.
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