GM Extends Military Discount to 3 Years After Discharge
General Motors is extending a program that offers discounts on new vehicles to members of the United States military and their immediate families.
Military members can now take advantage of the discount for up to three years after discharge, potentially saving thousands of dollars on a new vehicle. Previously, the discount was available for up to a year after discharge.
“Supporting service members and their families is truly part of our fabric at GM,” said Steve Hill, vice president of U.S. Sales, Service, and Marketing. “Extending the discount to three years post-service allows military families to settle back into civilian life and take the time they need before purchasing a new vehicle.”
The GM Military Discount applies to all four GM brands: Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, and Cadillac. It’s available for active-duty, reserve, and retired members of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and National Guard.
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As of May 1, the discount is available for most 2018 GM vehicles, along with several 2017 models and a couple of new 2019 models. See the complete list here.
Often, the military discount can be combined with other incentives and discounts for an even better deal. Cadillac also offers discounted leases on certain vehicles.
Here’s how military members and their families can take advantage of the discount:
- Go to the GM Military Discount website, select a vehicle, and determine the best price available
- Use the website to get an authorization number
- Use GM’s locator tool to find the nearest participating dealership that offers the desired vehicle
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