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GM Announces 2004-MY National Fleet Purchase Program

June 16, 2003

General Motors Fleet and Commercial Operations has announced its 2004-MY national fleet purchase program. Eligible models and allowances are listed below.Buick:
  • Century $1,800
  • Regal $900
  • LeSabre $900
  • Park Avenue $2,000
  • Rendezvous $800
  • Rainier $800Cadillac:
  • DeVille $2,000
  • Seville $2,000
  • Escalade (All Models) $800
  • CTS $1,500Chevrolet:
  • Cavalier $1,400
  • Malibu $900
  • Classic $900
  • Monte Carlo $900
  • Aveo $300
  • Impala $900
  • Tracker $2,000
  • Blazer (All Models) $1,500
  • Trailblazer (All Models) $800
  • Tahoe $800
  • Suburban $800
  • S-10 $1,000
  • Colorado $800
  • Avalanche $800
  • Silverado $800
  • Kodiak (C4500 Only) $800
  • Venture (All Models) $1,250
  • Astro $1,250
  • Express (All Models) $1,250Oldsmobile:
  • Alero $900
  • Bravada $800
  • Silhouette $1,250Pontiac/GMC:
  • Sunfire $1,400
  • Grand Am $900
  • Grand Prix $900
  • Bonneville $900
  • Aztek $800
  • Vibe $900
  • Envoy (All Models) $800
  • Yukon (All Models) $800
  • Sonoma $1,000
  • Canyon $800
  • Sierra $800
  • Topkick (C4500 Only) $800
  • Montana $1,250
  • Safari $1,250
  • Savana (All Models) $1,250Saturn:
  • ION $900
  • L-Series $900
  • VUE $800Hummer:
  • H2 $300 ALTERNATIVE FUEL
    Chevrolet:
  • Cavalier - KL6 Option $2,000
  • Silverado - KL6/KL8 Option $2,000
  • Silverado - 5E5 Option $1,150
  • Express (All Models) - KL6/KL8 Option $2,500GMC:
  • Sierra - KL6/KL8 Option $2,000
  • Sierra - 5E5 Option $1,150
  • Savana (All Models) - KL6/KL8 Option $2,500

    Any model not listed above is not eligible for this program.

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