GM Dealerships Stay Competitive With 'Everyday Value Pricing'
[Source: General Motors - Global ]
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28-Jul-2010
Recent studies have shown consumers are keeping their cars longer; in some cases up to 150,000 miles or until their current car dies. Until recently, it was believed that once the manufacturer warranty ran out, mom and pop shops were the way to go for similar service at cheaper prices. Now, with increased technology and more complex cars, drivers may want to stick with the dealership. Unlike independent shops, these facilities have certified technicians trained to...
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