General Motors Parts Discount Program for Fleets

General Motors Launches Parts Discount Program for Fleets

The program covers more than 450,000 GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco maintenance and repair parts, according to the automaker.

Earlier this month, General Motors said it will offer “substantial discounts” to commercial, government and rental fleets as part of its new GM Fleet Parts Discount Program.

The program covers more than 450,000 GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco maintenance and repair parts, according to the automaker.

“Fleet managers are the most sophisticated vehicle buyers in the industry,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, GM Fleet. “They have a job to do, drivers to keep safe and investments to protect. A maintenance program built around GM-designed and factory-certified parts helps address all three of these priorities. And with our new GM Fleet Parts Discount Program, we can help drive an even stronger bottom line too.”    

Any small-business, commercial, government or rental customer with a GM Fleet account number and at least five vehicles in service is eligible. Discounts are based on the type of part and the size of the fleet, but can reach as much as 32 percent off the list price, according to GM.

The program is available through nearly 1,400 participating Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealers across all 50 states, including more than 500 Chevrolet and GMC Business Elite dealers.

Fleets that include non-GM vehicles also can benefit from the program, because ACDelco offers parts for most makes and models, GM noted.

“Our goal at GM Fleet is to provide the best product and business solutions in the industry,” said Peper. “That’s why we are expanding our truck and crossover portfolio and working so hard to deliver programs that improve every aspect of the ownership experience for fleets of all sizes.”   

For more information about the GM Fleet Parts Discount Program or to locate a participating dealer, click here.

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