GM Announces Two-Year Free Maintenance Program

GM Announces Two-Year Free Maintenance Program
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General Motors announced a maintenance program today for its vehicles starting with the 2014 model year that will offer owners free limited service.

The program lasts for the first two years of ownership or 24,000 miles of driving and includes up to four visits during that time. GM also said the program is fully transferrable to subsequent owners.

For most vehicles, the program will include tire rotations, oil and filter changes and a 27-point inspection based on what is required by the owner’s manual maintenance schedule.

Some performance cars won’t get tire rotations if that service isn’t recommended, and alternative fuel vehicles (of course) that don’t require oil changes won’t get them.

Customers who have already bought or leased a 2014 model year vehicle will also be included in the program.