$1,000 GM rebates heat up minivan wars

Child, Charles
March 1998
Automotive News;3/9/1998, Vol. 71 Issue 5756, p8
Trade Publication
States that General Motors (GM) has rebates on all three of its front-wheel-drive (fwd) minivans. The reason GM tries to avoid using incentives; Sales of fwd minivans; The rebates as a response to flat sales in the United States and increased competition.


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