NADA to Launch Car Site

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The National Automobile Dealers Association, New York, will start its own car-shopping Web site next month, according to The Wall Street Journal.


The site will offer consumers access to invoice prices, an online inventory of new and used vehicles, and links to used-car trade-in values and dealer Web sites. Eventually all 19,500 NADA members will be linked to the site, covering 90 percent of the nation's auto dealers, the Journal said.
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