By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - High incentives and new models likely kept U.S. consumers buying cars and trucks at a healthy pace in September, but sales were expected to be down sharply from the near-record rate in August. U.S. auto sales, to be released by automakers on Wednesday, are seen hitting a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 16.6 million in September, according to a Reuters survey of five industry analysts. That's well below the 19 million annual rate hit ...
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