Chevrolet just gave enthusiasts of the 2014 Corvette Stingray yet another reason to pull the trigger and place that order. Starting now, customers who purchase or lease an eligible new 2014 Chevrolet, Buick or GMC will be covered by a new maintenance plan that includes certain scheduled services for two years or 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
The new maintenance plan was announced last week at General Motors? 2013 Annual Stockholders meeting.
?This new plan will kick off our customers? ownership experience on the right foot and keep our strong sales momentum going,? said Dan Akerson, General Motors Chairman and CEO.
According to GM’s media release, Chevrolet, Buick and GMC dealers will complete an oil and filter change, four-wheel tire rotation and will conduct a 27-point vehicle inspection based on what’s called for in the Vehicle owner’s manual maintenance schedule and oil life monitoring system.
?We know that customers who service their vehicles at our dealerships are much more likely to purchase another GM product down the road,? Akerson said. ?It’s all the more important to bring customers to our service facilities for routine maintenance to further enhance the quality and reliability of their GM vehicles.?
There are some caveats to the new service. The maintenance service does not include tire rotations for performance vehicles when that service is not recommended. The program covers up to four service visits in the 24 month period. The program is fully transferable to subsequent owners.
Cadillac owners are already covered by their own Cadillac Premium Care Maintenance Program, which covers scheduled maintenance services including oil changes, tire rotations, air filter replacements and inspections for four years or 50,000 miles, which ever comes first.
Content provided by CorvetteBlogger.com