How 1998 looks will all depend on whether you're selling wheels or kicking tires. For car buyers, the year promises lower sticker prices and bigger rebates. For auto makers, especially Detroit's Big Three, those bargains will make it harder to make a buck. "It is a tremendous buyers' market," says Ford Motor Co. President Jacques A. Nasser. "Customers are getting more and more value."
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