Morgan Stanley Has A Way To Measure A Car's 'Hotness' And 3 Clearly Stand Out

Morgan Stanley auto industry analyst Adam Jonas recently published his US Auto Product Guidebook.

It included a chart measuring car model “hotness.”  A car is considered “hot” if its sales remain steady or grow even after incentives are scaled back.

The Mercedes M Class, Toyota Camry, and Honda CR-V are clearly the hottest cars in America right now.

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car hotness

Photo: Morgan Stanley


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