By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales for September are expected to drop sharply from exceptionally strong levels this summer, largely due to General Motors Corp.'s decision to stop offering interest-free loans on its 2002 models for a short period, analysts said. Most analysts surveyed by Reuters expect sales to drop to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of between 16.2 million to 16.5 million vehicles when automakers report results next Tuesday. July and August ...
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