DETROIT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Thursday it was raising consumer incentives on two of its best-selling sport utility vehicles, partly matching a similar move to prop up sales by General Motors Corp. , its leading rival. Effective Feb. 1, Ford said its was raising cash rebates on four-door versions of its popular Explorer SUV and the full-size Expedition by $500. The cash-back offer raises incentives on the four-door Explorer to a total of $2,500 and to $2,000 in the ...
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