Connecticut’s auto dealers are starting to see a surge in new car sales, according to The New Britain Herald. The story said Connecticut dealers had a dismal time in 2008, but by the end of 2010 were seeing a change in the industry. In the last year, according to the story, four new dealerships were opened in the state, adding to the resurgence. One dealer told the New Britain Herald he felt “pent-up demand” was a reason for the increase in car sales in the state.
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