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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cars-increasingly-reach-many-a...

The most obvious flaw in the study is that it assumes people aren't doing a trade-in to reduce the amount paid.

The second most obvious flaw is that they talk about the average price of cars being sold rather than the average price of cars most popular among average income buyers. I went to the website for a major local dealership here in Austin and found they had 26 pages of listings for new inventory. When you rank them by price, you're under the "average price" cited in the article ($30,500) on page 4.
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