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    GM offers new discount for military personnel

    General Motors is offering an online vehicle discount program for active and reserve military members that can save military families thousands of dollars when purchasing a new car or truck from Chevrolet, Saturn, Pontiac, Buick, Saab, Cadillac, GMC or HUMMER.

    “The GM Military Discount Program” is an online web site that enables active and reserve members of the U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines, National Guard and Coast Guard to get a new vehicle discount. Under the program, military members can receive as much as a $1,500 discount off the MSRP of a new Buick Enclave crossover; $2,200 off a new Chevrolet Impala sedan; or as much as $4,200 off a new GMC Sierra pickup truck. Specific saving examples are available online at:

    “As a former Marine fighter pilot, I know how important it is to save every possible dollar when buying a new car or truck – especially when deployed overseas or starting a new family,” said Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman. “Many of our current and retired employees have proudly served our country in all branches of service. ‘The GM Military Discount Program’ is just one more way we can say thank you to millions of active and reserve military personnel struggling to balance the needs of their families against their service to their country.”

    The GM Military Discount Tour will be visiting several military bases around the country. There are 19 showroom visits planned with product specialists available to answer questions about the military discount and GM’s lineup of exciting cars and trucks. Vehicles scheduled in the showrooms include the Pontiac G8, Chevrolet Corvette, Silverado and Malibu, HUMMER H3, Cadillac CTS, Saturn Sky, and GMC Yukon Hybrid among others. Visitors to the showroom can also enter the “Big Choice Sweepstakes” for a chance to win an exciting Pontiac G8 GT or a trip to the Super Bowl or Daytona 500. No purchase is necessary and complete sweepstakes details are available online at:

    “The GM Military Discount Program” enables military members to know the discounted price of their vehicle before ever walking into a dealership. Many other incentive programs can be combined with this discounted price. GM’s previous military program was a $500 discount from MSRP and had more limitations.

    For more information and to apply for your military discount online, visit:

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    Re: GM offers new discount for military personnel

    GM had a military-sales program when I was stationed in Germany. All this was pre-Internet, of course.

    You could get a really good deal on a Fiero that would be delivered to the dealer closest to your next state-side base.

    Chip H.

    Former owner: 2012 Honda Civic LX, 2006 Honda Ridgeline RTL, 2000 Honda CR-V EX, 2003 MINI Cooper S, 1992 Honda Accord LX, 1999 Mercedes ML-320, 1995 VW Jetta GLX, 1991 Mercury Capri XR2, 1981 Mercury Zephyr, 1975 Chevrolet Impala

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