Labor Day car shopping comes with deals — especially with a trade-in


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If you’re hoping to take advantage of special Labor Day car sales, a trade-in could make the purchase a bit less costly than usual.

With inventory at dealerships still tight, used cars are fetching a premium. For instance, the average list price for a 2017 model climbed to $24,287 in August, up $721 from July and up nearly $1,500 from June, according to data from

“Car shoppers are experiencing an interesting dynamic right now, because local dealerships may pay more for a popular vehicle this year than in years past,” said Matt Smith, deputy editor of

Car-buying activity has picked up after dropping off at the beginning of…


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