DETROIT, July 24 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. on Thursday announced a modest loan incentive for its new F-150 pickup truck as it attempts to improve profits with a redesigned model. Ford spokesman Jim Cain said the 2004 F-150 would carry a loan deal of 2.9 percent interest for a three-year deal, 3.9 percent for a four-year deal and 4.9 percent for five years. The current version has zero-percent loan offers for up to five years, $3,500 cash rebates and various "loyalty" deals. Cain said ...
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