2014 GM Maintenance Program

Today, we watch TV or read the paper and there’s not always good things to report. Well, how about some good news for a change? GM has announced a new maintenance package for all eligible 2014 GMC, Buick and Chevrolet vehicles. You can buy or lease a new 2014 Chevy car, truck or crossover with worry-free scheduled maintenance for 24,000 miles or two years, whichever comes first. That’s incredible!

So what is included in this scheduled maintenance package? For most 2014 vehicles, any GMC, Chevrolet and Buick dealer will perform an oil change including filter, a 4-wheel tire rotation and a 27-point inspection of the vehicle according to the owner’s manual maintenance schedule. They might even throw in a free car wash.

The exceptions to this program are alternative-fueled vehicles that might not include an oil change or performance vehicles which might not need tire rotations. This program covers up to four visits in the 24-month period. And if you sell the vehicle under this time limit, the new owner also receives this benefit.

General Motors Chariman, Dan Ackerson, announced the plan at the GM 2013 annual stockholder’s meeting, “This will kick off our customers’ ownership experience and keep our strong sales momentum going.”

But this program is not exactly new. Cadillac has offered this type of program since 2011. The difference is that Cadillac offers a 48-month/50,000 mile program that will remain unchanged. The new program from GM will be extended retroactively to customers who have already purchased or leased a 2014 model as well.

Many manufacturers already include scheduled maintenance such as Jaguar, BMW, Volkswagen, Mini and Volvo. The competition is heating up to give customers the best packages out there without robbing their wallet.

Come and see us at Southtowne, your Georgia GM dealer! Feel free to shop around while having your scheduled maintenance completed.

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