SAN FRANCISCO – Dealers hoping auto makers will continue the aggressive incentive push will be encouraged by the news coming out of the National Automobile Dealers Assn. convention held last week. First, it was General Motors Corp. CEO Rick Wagoner telling attendees at the J.D. Power International Automotive Roundtable held prior to the NADA convention to "stop the whining. Incentives will continue." Bill Ford Echoing Wagoner, Ford Motor Co. CEO Bill Ford tells journalists ...
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