SANTA MONICA, Calif. ( MainStreet) -- Car prices aren't going down and incentives aren't increasing any time soon, so car buyers may as well take any discount they can get.Japanese automakers Toyota (TM) and Honda (HMC) are starting to recover from supply shortages cause by the March tsunami and earthquake, U.S. automakers Ford (F), GM (GM) and Chrysler are countering with sought-after updates and models and Korean carmakers Hyundai/Kia continues to stress cost and value. As a result, automobile pricing site TrueCar expects Toyota and Honda to announce sales increases of 0.4% and 15.2% from August. Ford sales are forecast to jump 8.5% from last September, Chrysler's in line for a 20.5% boost and GM is expected to top them at 21.2%.
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