Foot Traffic Trends -
How the Auto Market is Shifting Gears
This year, U.S. auto sales have slowed down and while consumers may not be purchasing at the same rates as last year, foot traffic data shows that visiting car lots is still happening.
Topics we’ll cover include:
- Top brands for share of foot traffic
- Consumer preferences by region
- Emerging trends impacting the market
- Generational shifts shaping the future of car ownership
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