Most of the pain in September’s sales slide was felt at General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co., as four of the top six auto makers and seven of the next 10 posted gains during the month. GM and Ford, which reported light-vehicle sales declines of 24.2% and 20.3%, respectively, were the most affected by low inventories resulting from their employee pricing incentive sell-down of ’05 models the past three months.(See related story: GM September Sales Slide 23.9%) (See related story: Ford ...

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