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Auto Fleet - October 2002

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In this Issue:
New Models for the 2003-Model Year
New model launches are driven by high demand for SUV’s and other truck-like vehicles, but there is still something for all tastes, from fleet sedan to executive luxury.

2003-Model Year Car Platform Designations
DaimlerChrysler calls them “Vehicle Family Codes,” Ford uses an internal development code, and GM calls them platforms. In any case this is how the domestic manufactures refer internally to their various car models.

One Out of Six Commercial Fleets Benchmark Resale Against Similar Fleets
Fleet managers benchmark resale against guidebooks, but 16.6 percent measure resale efforts against comparable fleets, according to the 2002 Used Vehicle Marketing Survey by the National Association of Fleet Administrators.
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