General Motors Includes Maintenance In New Fleet Program
Two-Year/30,000 Mile Plan Includes Accessory or Upfit Allowance
Almost all new vehicle buyers are interested in a low potential cost of ownership, but for businesses, it's a key deciding factor in the purchase decision. To help make that decision easier, General Motors is offering a two-year/30,000 mile business maintenance plan for qualifying customers, in what it's claiming is an industry first in the fleet market. The plan covers vehicle maintenance including lube, oil and filters changes, tire rotation, and a 27-point inspection. The plan includes an accessory or upfit allowance for customers to make the necessary modifications or upgrades to their vehicles for work purposes.
The program is open to small business customers who purchase more than one vehicle for work-related purposes. Qualifying models include cargo, passenger and cutaway vans, and chassis cab, 1500, 2500 and 3500-series pickups, as well as the Chevrolet Avalanche.
To find out if your business is eligible, visit your local Chevrolet or GMC dealer, or visit gmfleet.com for more details.
Source: General Motors