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|Day's Range||30.25 - 30.25|
|52 Week Range||30.25 - 31.35|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.12|
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Cars.com (NYSE: CARS) is a leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider. The Cars.com team of experts explored the differences in each candidate's platforms and looked into major impacts the upcoming election will have on the automotive market and American consumers. The full report can be found at Cars.com/news/election2020.
The stay-at-home economy is understandably driving trends toward home cooking and home improvement projects, but surprisingly, it is creating a surge in buying cars delivered directly to consumers' homes, as well. New research from Cars.com (NYSE: CARS), a leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider, finds that 61% of recent car buyers said they would want their newly purchased car delivered at home from their local dealership.1 And dealers are responding in kind: Local dealerships offering home delivery services are up 35% since March.2
Cars.com (NYSE: CARS), a leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider, releases its annual Car Seat Check Honor Roll to arm parents and caregivers with vital information on which family vehicles best fit car seats and have the easiest-to-use Latch systems for car seat installation. This year, Cars.com tested more than 87 vehicles and 14 made the Honor Roll, which is the highest number of vehicles ever featured on the list. And as the demand for used cars increases due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cars.com created a list of the best used cars for car seats, which highlights cars from the 2014-19 model years that earned all A's in our Car Seat Checks.