Ford matches GM's offer on interest-free loans


DETROIT, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday it will match rival General Motors Corp.'s offer of interest-free car loans for up to six years on 2004 model-year vehicles. The second-largest U.S. automaker is offering the loans for 100 hours starting Sunday, two days ahead of GM's similar offer. The Ford incentives, which cannot be combined with any cash-back offers, will expire next Thursday, Ford spokesman David Reuter said. "We are doing this to remain competitive with ...

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