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YONKERS, N.Y. -- Despite the hype, more than a third of the new-car models under General Motors' "Value Pricing" program may not be a better deal than before, according to an analysis by Consumer Reports' Auto Price Services.
While Consumer Reports' Auto Price Services determined that 64 percent of GM's models have lower Consumer Reports Bottom Line Prices and could be considered better potential buys, research also indicates that:
- Not all vehicles under the plan are priced evenly;
- It is difficult to make price generalizations based on brand or model;
- While some vehicles are very aggressively priced against previous offers, others are not.
To see which models were potentially better deals, Consumer …