With its current $2,002 incentives expiring Feb. 28, General Motors Corp. is considering offering new incentives that would allow lease holders to return vehicles before their contracts are up on the condition they buy or lease new GM models. Bill Lovejoy, vice president of GM’s North American Vehicle Sales Group, says GM will not match rival DaimlerChrysler AG’s 7-year, 70,000-mile (112,651-km) powertrain warranty on its Chrysler brands, adding “We just don’t understand why Chrysler is ...

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