DETROIT, July 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp will continue to offer leases for its vehicles but may make some "adjustments" and "exceptions" to the program, the automaker told dealers on Wednesday. GM plans to continue offering a "balanced menu of options" for buyers including cash incentives, lease deals and attractive financing, one dealer briefed on the plan told Reuters. The automaker told dealers that lease vehicles have become a smaller percentage of GM's sales and GM expects ...
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