Automotive News reports GM sales chief Mark LaNeve sent a letter to dealers outlining the company's plans to adjust its leasing strategy. GM's letter follows a move last week on leases by Chrysler. While the company won't be going down the same route, having their captive finance entity ditch leasing altogether, they're expected to tweak the terms on certain vehicles to make leases more expensive, in an effort to make buying more attractive. In LaNeve's words, "current financial pressures will continue to affect our perspective on leasing." But how will it affect consumers' perspectives on leasing?
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