The brakes might have been put on the government’s Cash for Clunkers program, but GM isn’t so anxious to give up a chance at another strong month of sales. That’s clearly the reasoning behind yesterday’s announcement, geared to consumers who might be on the fence about purchasing a new automobile.
What did GM roll out? A 60-Day Satisfaction Guarantee, which gives new customers the opportunity to trade in the vehicle they purchased if they’re not satisfied. As long as the vehicle has less than 4,000 miles on it, customers can return it between 31 and 60 days after purchase for a full refund-including tax.
If you’re interested in trying out a new GM vehicle, risk free, act quick-the offer ends on November 30th. Still not crazy about spending a bundle on a new car? The real deal might be found in the barely-used vehicles returned to the lot after the November 30th cutoff date.
And note: The deal doesn’t apply to Saab, Saturn, Hummer or Pontiac models.