DETROIT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - September auto sales are expected to fall to a 2009 low after the end of the federal incentive "cash for clunkers" program, to an annualized rate of about 7.5 million units, J.D. Power and Associates said on Thursday. September new-vehicle sales are forecast at 590,000 units, down from 1.14 million units in August and down 24 percent from September 2008, J.D. Power said. (Reporting by Bernie Woodall, editing by Gerald E. McCormick)
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