FRANKFURT, June 21 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG is offering dealers incentives to promote sales of its new Golf model, Europe's biggest auto maker said on Monday. A company spokesman said dealers would get 928 euros ($1,121) for each used car that customers trade in for a new Golf. "This only pertains to the new Golf," he added. Volkswagen had already offered free air conditioning to boost sales of the Golf, whose sales will affect whether VW hits its profit targets this year.
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