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GM Announces Sales Incentive for Business Vehicles to Help U.S. Economic Recovery Efforts

September 20, 2001

In addition to the just announced retail incentive, General Motors will immediately offer interest-free automotive financing on U.S. models for commercial vehicle customers. The program will expire Oct. 31.As an alternative, current customer cash and special fleet incentives remain in effect.The overall GM program, which includes retail and fleet incentives, is called “Keep America Rolling.” GM said it is intended to help the U.S. economy sustain its momentum and return to normalcy.APR Terms(GMAC Financing for qualified buyers)2001 Cars*36/months 0.0% APR48/months 0.0% APR60/months 0.0% APR2001 Trucks*36/months 0.0% APR48/months 0.9% APR60/months 2.9% APR2002 Cars*36/months 0.0% APR48/months 0.9% APR60/months 2.9% APR2002 Trucks*36/months 0.0% APR48/months 2.9% APR60/months 4.9% APR*Commercial customers may elect 0.0% APR financing or other national fleet incentives.
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