GM offering zero pct financing in brief July sale


DETROIT, June 30 (Reuters) - Bankrupt U.S. automaker General Motors Corp said on Tuesday it would offer zero percent financing for up to 72 months on most of its soon to be discontinued Pontiac brand and some other vehicles. The automaker, which opened a U.S. Bankruptcy Court hearing into a government-brokered sale of its best assets on Tuesday, said the sale would run from July 1 to July 6 on 2009 and 2010 vehicles in dealer stock. The sale covers several Chevrolet and GMC pickups, some ...

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