GMC Offers Super Deal for All Veterans till June 30
DETROIT – For the 22 million U.S. military vets holding out for the ideal time to buy a GMC SUV, truck or crossover, now is the time! GMC is broadening the GM Military Discount to all veterans – irrespective of separation date – now till June 30.
The broadened discount is a component of GM’s Military Appreciation Month, which commenced May 1. Just last year, over 40,000 active-duty, retired, veteran service members reserves, and reserves, utilized the deduction to buy trucks, SUV’s and crossovers from eligible GM brands at participating Michigan Car Dealerships. When a veteran comes down to a dealership they simply have to show their DD Form 214 separation papers and your dealer will take care of everything.
The best all-inclusive military discount program by any car manufacturer. It includes all 22 million active-duty, reserves, retired and veteran service members and spouses from all military branches: U.S. Air Force, Navy, Marines, Army, National Guard and Coast Guard through May and June. Following June 30, the discount covers active-duty, reserves, veterans, and retired military and spouses within a year of separation.
Initially presented in 2008, the GM Military Discount Program offers pricing lower than retail prices for qualified vehicles. It can also be joined with almost any other existing incentives from GMC, along with a $750 deduction for USAA Insurance members. Patrons need to have delivery by June 30, 2015.
“At a time when more Americans have been buying trucks, crossovers and SUVs, it is a privilege to have the opportunity to make a GMC more attainable to the men and women have served this country,” said Duncan Aldred, U.S. vice president, GMC sales.
All GMC models, including the Denali trim, are eligible for the GM Military Discount:
- GMC Terrain small SUV and GMC Acadia large crossover
- Yukon and Yukon XL full-size SUVs, all new for the 2015 model year
- GMC Canyon midsize pickup, winner of AutoWeek’s 2015 “Best of the Best” Truck award and Ward’s 10 Best Interiors
- GMC Sierra 1500 – the supreme powerful light duty pickup– and Sierra HD full-size pickups, all new for the 2014 model year
- GMC Savana passenger vans
GM has a distinguished 100 year history of support of the U.S military. GMC’s relationship with the U.S military began during World War I. Beginning with the GMC Model 16 ¾ ton truck that was used by the U.S Army during the entire war. Then during World War II, GMC built multi-drive military vehicles, including trucks, armored cars, and the infamous “Duck” amphibious truck for the U.S, and additionally for Great Britain, France and other Allies.
GMC received the Army-Navy “E” Award for Excellence in the war effort in 1944. The U.S. Army considered the GMC 2½-ton 6x6s the finest trucks in military service and the GMC Duck the utmost exceptional of new artillery weapons.
Military support by GMC’s military support has prevailed on. In 1963, GMC specially designed and built tractors in order for the U.S. Air Force to move Minuteman guided missiles. During the Persian Gulf War in 1991 and 1992, GMC light trucks were transported to the joint military forces of Saudi Arabia. The trucks included heavy-duty pickups converted to troop/cargo carriers and 900 heavy-duty chassis cabs with ambulance bodies.
Visit your local Michigan GMC dealership to learn more about the GM Military Discount.