Toyota and Nissan to return to incentives warfare

Japan is ramping up production in the wake of the 9.0 March 11 earthquake, and major factory-to-dealer incentives are on the way from Toyota and Nissan to move the anticipated inventory wave. Automotive News reports the Japanese automakers will offer cash, interest rate holidays and significant lease rewards in the U.S. industry. Decreased sales in early May – particularly when in contrast to those from a year ago – prompted the automakers to consider diving back to the incentives pool.

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If You Buy A Chrysler Can You Count On Parts?

Chrysler began in 1908 when Walter P. Chrysler, who loved cars very much, went into Chicago and joined a car show. He was working in a railway company and was only thirty three years old at that time. Even though he was employed in that particular industry, his love was not for trains but for automobiles. When he saw a white locomobile for sale, he did everything he could just to buy it. He even went to the extent of getting into a lot of debt, since he borrowed money to make the purchase. He was always fiddling with the car. That was why he learned how to drive the vehicle pretty late.

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