J.D. Power & Associates says vehicle incentives for June 2004 were down compared with a year ago. The average new-vehicle incentive was $2,690 last month, a falloff of 6.6% vs. May and 7.6% vs. June 2003. J.D. Power’s Power Information Network (PIN) reports average new-vehicle retail prices minus rebates remained flat at $25,206 in June. New cars sold for an average of $22,537 while new trucks went for $27,329. New vehicles sold last month remained on dealer lots an average 68 ...

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