General Motors' Vauxhall division in the UK is looking to spur sales of the Chevrolet Volt sister vehicle by giving prospective buyers a chance to drive the extended-range plug-in for 30 days – then return it if they don't like it.
General Motors has good news for you if you're in the market to pick up a new Chevrolet. The automaker is now officially offering consumers its new "Chevy Confidence" program that allows buyers to return any model they've purchased within 30 or 60 days with less than 4,000 miles on the clock and no damage. GM calls it the "Love It Or Return It" program. In addition, GM has applied special pricing on all of its 2012 models on top of all current incentives under the banner of "Total Confidence Pri
General Motors wants to prove to you that their vehicles are up to snuff, and The New York Times is reporting that a new marketing initiative aims to get more customers behind the wheel of GM cars and trucks. The General's rumored Satisfaction Guaranteed program promises to give customers their money back within 60 days if they're not completely satisfied with their purchase. The new sales tool, which will reportedly begin Monday and run through November, may mark the first time a major automake
Today the Chrysler Group announced that all customers would be eligible for employee pricing on qualifying 2006 and select 2005 model year Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles as of July 1st. The Employee Pricing Plus program also offers customers zero percent financing for 36 months on most models financed through Chrysler Financial. Instead of financing, customers can also choose $3,500 cash back. But that's not all, customer's will also have the option to return a vehicle under the 30-day Return
The Detroit News is reporting that in addition to offering employee pricing as a purchasing incentive this summer, Chrysler will also throw in a 30-day money-back guarantee. While purchasers would have to pay a penalty and mileage fee if a vehicle were returned, the offer is a gesture that shows a buying public the company has a great deal of confidence in its products.
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