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post #11 of 22 Old 04-21-2014, 05:08 PM
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Once pricing can be justified and sits well with the rest of the segment and industry it will sell, and of course the brand it's coming from matters too.



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That could be said about almost any vehicle. Of course if it is a good vehicle at a cheap price than it will sell well. I think its more of a question of how capable it will be, and what that capability will cost. People will be willing to pay a little more as long as it is worth it.
i know but in this segment we dont have very many options

so a cheap alternative would sell very well. especially since these cars are used mostly for business.
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It basically becomes an impulse buy, offering so much for so little and being a great alternative to other things.



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i dont think its impulse

its just that businesses are looking for cars that are cheap to buy and maintain
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That is what it comes down to, affordability



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i know but in this segment we dont have very many options

so a cheap alternative would sell very well. especially since these cars are used mostly for business.
There aren't a crazy amount of options, but that is relative. There are quite a few new cargo vans coming out in the next while, so there are more options popping up each day.

Ram, Hyundai, Ford, Nissan, Chevy, Mercedes. That is quite a few options.



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not a bad thing

competition is welcome
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Te beauty of this is it makes the whole segment more competitive and with that comes better products for us. Win for the consumers



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competition means lower prices, more features for ALL
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It sure does, thats why i love when a bunch of companies all create products for the same segment



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