Transcript for Car sales in the U.S. are down more than 2 percent since last year
Next tonight, to the economy and if you are buying a car this summer, why a slightly longer trip to get the car could actually save you thousands. ABC's chief business correspondent, Rebecca Jarvis, out to save your money. Reporter: Tonight, it's summer buying season for cars and going the distance could save you thousands of dollars on that dream ride. Wow. I finally figured out what car to get. Now where to find the best deal. Reporter: It's called "Fly to buy." Traveling out of state to purchase, and driving home in your new car. How far would you travel to save $2,000 on that car? Probably pretty far. Reporter: Say you're in the market for a 2015 Ford mustang. Cargurus crunched the numbers. Even factoring in airfare and travel costs. If you live in Albany, New York, it'll cost you more than $20,000 to buy the mustang at home. But travel to Miami and cargurus estimates you can have it for $18,000, a savings of more than $2,000. But buyer beware. It can make registration back home more complicated. Before you buy the car, make sure your car meets local emissions requirements and any home state taxes you'll have to pay. David? It might be a little far. Thanks for the tip, rebeck a ka. When we come back, the
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