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AUTO-SALES
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October 19, 2001
The Chevrolet Avalanche full-size pickup, which went on sale in the spring,
now wears a zero-percent...
Redford, United States of America
CHEVROLET AVALANCHE SITS ON CAR DEALER LOT IN MICHIGAN.
The Chevrolet Avalanche full-size pickup, which went on sale in the spring,
now wears a zero-percent APR ad on its windshield October 19, 2001 at George
Matick Chevrolet in Redford, Michigan. October sales could be one of the
best months ever for U.S. auto sales fueled by zero-interest and
low-interest loans launched to bolster consumer confidence and lure
consumers back after the September 11 attacks in New York and Washigton,
D.C. The problem for the Big Three automakers is that cutting incentives
means reducing sales and production, a trade none has been willing to make
so far. REUTERS/John C. Hillery

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