DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co took the U.S. auto industry by surprise in January when it began allowing consumers to return their vehicles if they lose their jobs. General Motors Corp and Ford Motor Co introduced incentives modeled after Hyundai's Assurance Program On Tuesday, Both automakers would cover payments for a certain period of time if customers lose their jobs. [ID:nN31405983] Following are details of the programs. GM "TOTAL CONFIDENCE" * ...
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