General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. are expected to find tough going this month, when they will look to rely on their newest vehicles to drive showroom traffic in a U.S. market where incentives now appear to rule once again. With the incentive war in full swing – even the normally conservative Japanese were seen hiking spiffs heading into July according to – North American light-vehicle sales are expected to fare better than a month ago but fall short of like-2006. A ...

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