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Chevy Offers Money-Back Guarantee On New Cars: Will You Buy a Chevy Now?

mrosen814 2012/07/10 20:10:13
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According to HuffingtonPost.com, Chevrolet is attempting to attract car buyers with a money-back guarantee on new cars and trucks. For any reason, according to General Motors, a car or truck buyer is eligible to receive a refund on their 2012 or 2013 vehicle, within 60 days from date of purchase. Chevrolet is hoping that customers like the confidence displayed, eventually leading to a vehicle purchase. It's also important to note, that returned vehicles can't have more than 4,000 miles on them and they can't be damaged.

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM reports:
DETROIT -- Chevrolet is trying to pull more customers into its dealerships this summer by offering a money-back guarantee on new cars and trucks. The General Motors brand said Tuesday that buyers can get refunds if they return their 2012 or 2013 vehicles for any reason.


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  • Mr.Steve 2012/07/11 10:43:47 (edited)
  • sglmom 2012/07/11 05:50:30
    No
    sglmom
    The last Chevrolet I owned ..
    (and I sadly bought it new too)
    would ooze out of every bolt, nut, seal, just was a total nightmare from the start ..
    I won't purchase any GM vehicle ..
    (just poor quality overall .. and terribly overpriced too)
  • AskZilla 2012/07/11 05:42:11
    No
    AskZilla
    +1
    Even that offer would not convince me to buy a GM product. They made their bed and exploited us for decades, now they'll have to wallow in the filth for awhile.
  • bman~AVA~BTTB 2012/07/11 04:53:59
    No
    bman~AVA~BTTB
    +1
    Nope, as long as Chevy is owned all or in part by the government I'm not buying them. When it fully becomes a private company again then maybe I'll see about it. But not right now
  • Jdogg 2012/07/11 04:35:07
    No
    Jdogg
    +2
    I used to have a 2006 chevy and it gave me so many problems, And a few of those problems were not covered by the warranty, I went back to Honda and have not had any problems since then.
  • Rick 2012/07/11 02:53:53
    No
    Rick
    +3
    I will never buy another GM or Dodge product again! Bail that out of you mooching arses!
  • true american 2012/07/11 01:29:29
    No
    true american
    +2
    Still government motors
  • JohnT 2012/07/11 00:53:05 (edited)
    No
    JohnT
    +2
    Not while they have eleven companies in Communist China, and are continuing to invest in that country.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch_...
  • Charles E 2012/07/11 00:49:23
    No
    Charles E
    +2
    From the first car I bought to the care I drive now, only one has not been GM.
    No future car purchase will involve Government Motors products.
  • Dickens 2012/07/11 00:34:48 (edited)
    No
    Dickens
    +2
    ..I buy Subarus...I owned a Chevy Vega once and I learned my lesson about GM..(of course, I'd never buy a Ford, either, after they decided it was more economically feasible to let Pinto owners burn to death in their cars than to redesign the Pinto...)
  • Charles E Dickens 2012/07/11 00:56:45
    Charles E
    +2
    Pinto's were dangerous because they were small cars on roads dominated by large cars.
    When compared to other small cars rather than all cars, they were relatively safer.

    The author of the book claiming they were inherently dangerous was a lawyer with an ax to grind and no driving license.

    Back to the topic - I will never buy another GM product and accept your preference as a brand that deserves looking into.
  • Dickens Charles E 2012/07/11 01:16:36
    Dickens
    +3
    ..I've had two Subaru and I have them because of the AWD in an unpredictable mountain climate...as I remember (and don't quote me; this is as I remember it back in the day) but as I recall, the problems were caused by the gas tank being positioned much too close to the rear bumper, hence fuel tank ruptures and the resulting fires in even low-speed rear-end collisions. That's why nearly all cars now have the fuel tanks located toward the center of the vehicle, much farther from the bumpers...
  • Charles E Dickens 2012/07/11 01:21:23
    Charles E
    +2
    You may be correct about the design problem but the Pinto still rated above average when compaired with other cars in it's class instead of the comparison with all cars on the road.
  • Charles E Dickens 2012/07/11 01:22:47
    Charles E
    +2
    I don't live in or near mountains, but still hear mostly good things about Subaru.
  • Rick Dickens 2012/07/11 02:56:38
    Rick
    +2
    Where I live mostly liberals own a Subaru . Deemed Liberru's
  • AskZilla Charles E 2012/07/11 05:45:28
    AskZilla
    Axe to grind? Gee, did you see the plethora of videos of Pintos exploding after people rear ended them?
  • john Kills 2012/07/11 00:33:49
    No
    john Kills
    +3
    I hate ford but that is what I will buy from now on.
  • Charles E john Kills 2012/07/11 00:58:04
    Charles E
    +3
    Ford is not the only alternative but GM is no longer an option.
  • dave b 2012/07/11 00:07:03 (edited)
    No
    dave b
    +6
    I will NEVER buy a post bailout GM or Chrysler vehicle.
  • Charles E dave b 2012/07/11 00:58:33
    Charles E
    +3
    Likewise.
  • flyingseaturtle BN 2012/07/10 23:24:11
    No
    flyingseaturtle BN
    +2
    I like small cars ;-)
  • Ken 2012/07/10 23:21:07
    No
    Ken
    +4
    Never again.
  • Catch224u 2012/07/10 22:49:56
    No
    Catch224u
    +1
    You have 4000 miles to change your mind.
  • Rachel Catch224u 2012/07/31 23:01:20
    Rachel
    +3
    Because the engine or transmission flaw is found by the 6000 mile marker.
  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2012/07/10 22:48:04
    No
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +4
    Nope - I will not buy a GM auto of any kind until all, 100% with interest, the borrowed money is paid back to American tax payers
  • john Kills Jackie ... 2012/07/11 00:37:04
    john Kills
    +4
    Taxpayers will never get that money. The money was borrowed and when the government get it back it will go to foreign aid or to the UN. The taxpayers are stuck paying back the loan unless the dollar fails, then all debt is wiped out.
  • Jackie ... john Kills 2012/07/11 01:55:35
  • bman~AV... Jackie ... 2012/07/11 04:58:43
    bman~AVA~BTTB
    +2
    Exactly! I feel the same way.
  • none 2012/07/10 22:45:43
    No
    none
    +3
    I never have and never will buy a NEW car, it's a terrible investment.
  • Minarchist 2012/07/10 22:33:55
    No
    Minarchist
    +6
    I don't support fascism therefor even as I have always been a GM fan, opposing Ford. Ford opposed the bailout therefore they are being independent of government, Any vehicle I buy that is made after 2007 will not be a GM, but most likely Ford.
  • dave b Minarchist 2012/07/11 00:08:02
    dave b
    +2
    Exactly.
  • Charles E Minarchist 2012/07/11 01:00:08
    Charles E
    +2
    Agreed.
  • bman~AV... Minarchist 2012/07/11 04:59:54
    bman~AVA~BTTB
    +1
    Bingo!
  • Informed Voter 2012/07/10 22:33:07
    No
    Informed Voter
    +5
    Nope. They chose the Socialist carrot of taxpayer-funded Government bailouts rather than restructure their failing business model on their own!

    They are now Government-Motors for better or worse and looking at what they've been offering since their bailout, I'd say it's gotten much worse... and with OUR money!

    Don't believe me? I give you... the Volt!

    Even the DNC's CNBC can't hide the facts any longer:

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/466080...
  • AskZilla Informe... 2012/07/11 06:08:47
    AskZilla
    +1
    Interesting article and website. $46000 for that Volt? Are they frackin' kidding me? Toyota sells hybrids for less than than, and Nissan and Toyota are introducing plug-in hybrids. What is GM's problem? They still have their head firmly up their prolapsed butts.
  • Informe... AskZilla 2012/07/11 09:04:22
    Informed Voter
    So true. The clueless continue to go through life with blinders on.
  • Brian 2012/07/10 22:24:18
    No
    Brian
    +4
    I will NEVER EVER buy another GM product, As long as they want to be a government owned car maker they can go to hell.
  • Bowman 2012/07/10 22:09:00
    No
    Bowman
    +3
    Are new cars $2000 dollars yet?
  • being me 2012/07/10 22:07:57
    No
    being me
    +6
    I don't need a new car. I just bought a Ford last year.
  • betz 2012/07/10 22:07:29
    No
    betz
    +6
    No thanks. When a corporation has to entice others to buy their produce there must be something wrong with the product. Hmmm...sales aren't going all that well even after being bailed out? Oh well......

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