The average manufacturer incentive per vehicle sold in the U.S. reached $2,459 last month, up 15.2% ($324) from February 2003, says Edmunds.com. Edmunds’ “True Cost of Incentives” monthly report says the February number is 4% ($94) higher than January’s average. Total incentive spending was up for the Big Three by 1.7% to $3,409 per vehicle from $3,354 in January, with Chrysler Group spending the most for the second month running ($3,857). Chrysler gained 0.45% of market share, says ...
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