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GM vehicle discounts offered to employees extended family

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DETROIT, Mich. - More people can now enjoy General Motors special pricing offered to employees and retirees.

GM's discount program is now offered to aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and other members of the worker's extended family.

The Family First program is also offering bigger discounts to employees. Those eligible buyers qualify for a four percent discount on the invoice price.

Employees and their eligible family members can purchase or lease eligible Gm vehicles with the GM employee discount.

The employee discount price is below the manufacturers suggested retail price. The discount can be combined with the most current offers to save more money.

As an example, a GM employee, or qualifying family member can save more than $2,000 on a new Chevy Cruze.  A 2014 Cruze with an MSRP of $18,220, combined with a current $1,000 cash back offer and the employee discount, would result in a net price of $16,071.

Buyers taking advantage of the preferred price are still responsible for paying a $150 program fee.

The new program applies only to vehicles purchased on, or after October 1.

You can learn more about the program by following this link.

 

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