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New Luxury Car Unveiled in Wichita Falls

A new car on the market in Wichita Falls. It's made by Hyundai and it's called the Equus.
What is different about this car is that the makers say it's luxury at an affordable price. Harry Patterson of Patterson Auto Center hopes that it will keep buyers who want a option filled car to keep their dollars here instead of taking them to the Metroplex.

The car will be available sometime in mid-December. The base price is just under $60,000 but the makers say you're getting the luxury of a $120,000 car.

 

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