Problem on decline of demand

The automakers slashed prices and gave ‘zero percent financing’ throughout the year 2001-2003 recession. An expected outcome was: (1) The decline in the demand for utilized cars. (2) enhanced maintenance of older cars by their owners. (3) Buyers purchasing less luxury option packages. (4) Raised rated of the highway fatalities.

Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the above options.

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