In a goodwill gesture which shows that all gigantic corporations aren't greed-fueled and behorned denizens of the very hot and brimstoned underworld, General Motors is giving bonus cash to buyers whose vehicles were wrecked by the weather events that recently pounded the Southeast. Most GM vehicles are eligible for the discounts, and in addition, if the vehicles are financed through GM's own lender GMAC, the first payment isn't due until after the New Year. The states seeing the bonus cash are Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi, and the extra savings come one day after the General announced a new zero-percent financing renaissance.
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