General Motors Corp. has extended its “triple zero” incentive program through Jan. 2 in hopes of reviving sluggish sales. The program, originally set to expire Oct. 31, offers no down payments, no payments for three months and 0% financing for varying monthly terms on ’02 and most new ’03 GM vehicles. GM rivals Ford Motor Co. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. have yet to match the offer.

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