Car Sales Drop Despite Financing Incentives Car sales dropped sharply in October, even with automakers offering zero-percent financing on loans. With so much capacity and inventory, manufacturers fear a glut of new cars may be building. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

Car Sales Drop Despite Financing Incentives

Car Sales Drop Despite Financing Incentives

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Car sales dropped sharply in October, even with automakers offering zero-percent financing on loans. With so much capacity and inventory, manufacturers fear a glut of new cars may be building. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

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