Industry spending on incentives in October was up from year-ago but down from September levels, says Edmunds.com. The website says manufacturers doled out $2,665 per vehicle on average in October, up $134, or 5.3%, from year-ago and down $491, or 15.6%, from September. Combined, the U.S. Big Three saw their incentives-per-unit fall to $3,663 in October, down $616 from September. General Motors Corp. had the highest average among the Big Three at $3,858, but it also had the most ...
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