What better way to talk cars during Memorial Day weekend then to talk about the money Chevrolet is saving our active duty military personnel? While automakers have new car incentives specifically for those serving in the armed forces, recently GM does things a bit different then just put a flat amount of money on the hood. Let's see what they have going on.
Military Discounts - Chevy Style
As mentioned most car companies give you a flat amount of money on your purchase. Normally about $400 to $1000 dollars extra on top of whatever deals they maybe running at the time. It's a nice tip of the cap to those serving our country but frankly they deserve a round of applause. How does $400 to $4000 dollars off sound? And that's not counting extra Chevy incentives like Memorial Day cash.
Sound a bit better? GM's appreciation of our armed forces goes a bit further then just new cars for sale, donating an extra $100 to the Cell Phones for Soldiers program as well as offering all vehicles purchased through their military incentive program a badge to place on the vehicle with the words