Ford lifted its average US incentive spending in May, following a reduction in April. Bloomberg News, citing comments from Ford’s Sales Analyst Erich Merkle during a briefing with reporters in Michigan, reports that Ford cut average per vehicle incentive spending by US$300 in April.
Merkle described this cut as “perhaps a little …
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