The PRNewswire is
reporting that Santa Monica, Calif.-based Edmunds.com, an online resource
for automotive information, has released a report showing that for the
second month, Chrysler has spent the most on incentives with $3,857 per
vehicle. That figure is $6 more than in January.
Ford and General Motors also spent more in February than they had previously,
with General Motors spending $3,450 and Ford shelling out $3,031 on incentives.
The average manufacturer
incentive per vehicle was $2,459, the report showed, up 15.2 percent overall
from last year and reflecting a 4 percent increase from January.
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