Vehicle incentive levels rose yet again in July, marking a new record-high for Detroit’s Big Three, which spent an average of $3,631 on spiffs during the month. Fullsize SUVs, such as the Suburban, show highest increase in incentives in July. That’s in stark contrast to the European nameplates, which doled out an average $1,873 per vehicle, the Koreans ($1,447) and the Japanese ($1,075), according to Edmunds.com. In its True Cost of Incentives monthly report, Edmunds says that ...
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