A market adjustment on a new car is simply added profit. The dealership believes demand for the vehicle supports a price higher than the manufacturer-suggested retail price on the government-mandated Monroney window sticker. The practice goes by several other names: Added dealer markup, or ADM. Added dealer profit, or ADP. Adjusted market value. You’ll find…

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