Brand loyalty is a special concept that carries a lot of tradition. Every red-blooded American family has a standing history of preferring one brand to another. However, recently there has been a trend by consumers to go with the best deal they can find, regardless of brand. That's led to greater competition between American auto manufacturers.

According to MotorAuthority, Ford is offering a new incentive to combat the popularity of GM's 2010 Chevy Camaro.

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GM has outsold their production capacity for the 2010 Camaro, outdoing all other muscle car contenders since June. While the Mustang is the lighter and more agile of the two cars, the Camaro has outperformed the Mustang in general sales. However, Ford knows that there is still a large market out there, holding onto their cash tightly.

Through November 2nd, Ford is offering 0% financing for 36-months and $1000 cash back as an incentive to buyers. However, in order to receive the regular 60-month financing plan, buyers will have to opt for a financing rate of 1.9%.

This is huge, and could possibly be the ticket to outperforming GM's 2010 Chevy Camaro sales before the end of the year.

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