General Motors’ GMC brand is expanding the GM Military Discount to all veterans regardless of separation date through June 30.
Part of GM Military Appreciation Month, the expanded discount began on May 1, 2015 and applies to all GMC models, including the Denali trim level. The process to buy a vehicle using the discount is quite simple, as described by veteran Kathryn Scott of Reidsville, Georgia:
“The process was easy – all I had to do was show my DD Form 214 separation papers and my dealer (NeSmith Chevrolet Buick GMC Inc. in Claxton, Ga.) took care of everything,” said Scott, who served eight years in the U.S. Air Force, most recently at Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas. She bought a new GMC Terrain. “I love my Terrain, and it was nice to put the savings toward other things I needed to take care of.”
The most comprehensive military program of any automaker covers all 22 million active-duty, reserves, retired and veteran service members and spouses from every U.S. military branch, including:
- U.S. Air Force
- National Guard and Coast Guard
The program runs during May and June. After June 30, the discount applies to active-duty, reserves and retired military and spouses, and veterans and spouses within a year of separation.
First offered in 2008, GM’s Military Discount Program features pricing below the suggested retail price for eligible vehicles. This can be combined with most other current incentives from GMC, as well as a $750 discount for USAA Insurance members. Customers must take delivery by June 30, 2015.
In 2014, over 40,000 active-duty, reserves, retired, and veteran service members used the program to purchase eligible GM vehicles.
“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.
More information on how to purchase a new GMC vehicle using the GM Military Discount is available at gmmilitarydiscount.com.