By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - A month-end sales blitz of incentives by General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. to clear out older vehicles will spur a slight rise in U.S. car and truck sales for September, analysts said. GM and Ford this week are offering interest-free loans for terms of up to six years, the longest offered so far, on most of their vehicles. GM is holding the three-day sale from Sept. 28-30 to clear inventories. Ford and GM have posted a year-over-year ...
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