DETROIT, Dec 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL], which is winding down its Pontiac and Saturn brands, has offered dealers $7,000 per car to clear remaining inventory through Monday, the company said on Tuesday. GM had already been offering discounts of $6,500 or zero-percent financing for as long as six years to consumers who buy remaining Saturn and Pontiac models. The sweetened incentive offer, which was announced to dealers earlier this month, means an effective discount of up ...
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