U.S. light-vehicle sales should bounce back in September from August’s disappointing results, but an inventory-slashing blowout likely won’t happen this year. The degree to which sales rebound hinges on consumer acceptance of General Motors Corp.’s post-Labor Day incentives bump and whether the rest of the industry follows suit. Another key, which also could depend on stronger incentives, is how well Toyota Motor U.S.A. Sales Inc., American Honda Motor Co. and Nissan North America Inc. ...

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