UK: Ford and Vauxhall to Sell Cars Cheaper on Internet
Ford Motor Co. and Vauxhall UK (General Motors), the U.K.'s two biggest automakers, are planning to cut U.K. car prices by selling through via the Internet, the Independent reported, citing U.K. Ford chairman Ian McAllister. Ford's prices would be cut by a further 5 to 8 percent, following 13 to 15 percent price reductions announced earlier this month, said the Independent. Vauxhall's prices would drop an average 3.5 percent.
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