General Motors Corp. is bracing for a “brutal” June and July compared with last summer’s incentive-induced sales records, but executives say they are sticking with their value-pricing strategy and will not succumb to massive discounting. Mark LaNeve, GM North America vice president-vehicle sales, service and marketing, says the auto maker will offer targeted incentives and some special sales programs but won’t go back on a pledge to stay away from money-losing across-the-board spiffs. ...
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