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U.S. June sales expected to rise, but slower demand, higher incentives concern analysts

Halfway through 2016, U.S. new-vehicle sales remain on pace to set a second consecutive annual record, but analysts say they're concerned about slowing retail demand and rising incentives. June sales are expected to rise about 5 percent from a year ago, according to analysts at TrueCar, LMC Automotive and Kelley Blue Book.

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