Ford and GM Offer Incentives to Lure Toyota Owners
Since Toyota has had to institute a massive worldwide recall, GM and Ford are taking advantage of the situation by offering special incentives to Toyota owners.
General Motors is offering Toyota owners a waiver of three lease payments (up to $1,000), 0 percent financing on any purchase for up to 60 months or a $1,000 cash back bonus. Ford is doing much the same, although they have extended their offer to anyone owning a Honda or related products due to a recall based on the Honda Fit.
The deals will last until the end of the month and could represent a good choice for car buyers who may or may not have been considering the two domestic automakers. Ford has received plaudits both for the new Focus and its Fusion, while the 2011 Buick Regal and the Cadillac CTS have earned GM respect among automotive journalists.
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