High levels of vehicle inventory at General Motors Corp. will be beneficial during the fall selling season, a company executive says. However, GM introduces a new national marketing program effective June 3-July 7 that builds on May incentives by increasing financing terms from 60 months to 72 months and upping cash spiffs from $3,000 to $4,000 for some models. Advertising supporting the new incentives hit June 5. GM sales totaled 431,540 units in May, up 4.1% from the 399,171 ...
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