Automakers are bringing out the big red markers and slashing prices. Actually, prices remain the same but those loveable incentives are expected to grow in the month of July after a sluggish June. Cars like the Chrysler Pacifica are seeing $500 more in incentives bringing the total rebate to $4,000. That's a pretty decent chunk of change for any vehicle. Every car-maker, with the exception of Toyota, raised incentives in the second quarter of the year and expect the new round to heavily impact the Big 3. The Detroit News says GM will be offering up to $5,000 on all remaining 2004 models.
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