GM Certified Used Offers Low Auto Loan Rates on Cobalt, Impala, G6 in September

By Liz Opsitnik
Thursday, Sep 16 2010 09:55

GM Certified Used Vehicles is offering qualified buyers auto loan rates as low as 1.9 percent on used Pontiac G6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Cobalt models.

The lowest car loan rate of 1.9 percent is available on the Pontiac G6 for up to five years. The Pontiac G6 offer runs through Jan. 3, 2011. Since the Pontiac brand was eliminated a while back, shoppers may have a difficult time finding the color and options they prefer. If you're not picky, this is a great deal.

GM Certified Used is offering 2.9 percent car loan financing for up to five years on Chevrolet Cobalt models through September 30. The new 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is replacing the Cobalt, and is hitting dealerships now, so it's no surprise that GM Certified Used is offering such a low auto loan rate to help sell the leftover Cobalts.

GM Certified Used's third incentive is 3.9 percent financing for up to five years on Chevrolet Impala cars through September 30.

Chevrolet Cobalt

Buyers can recieve 2.9 percent auto loans on certified used Chevy Cobalts in September.

All XM-equipped GM Certified Used vehicles come with three free months of XM Satellite Radio. All digitally-equipped GM Certified Used vehicles are eligible for three free months of OnStar Safe & Sound. You'll also receive 30 minutes of hands-free calling to use during your first two months of service. All GM Certified Used vehicles also come with a fully transferable five-year or 100,000 mile limited powertrain warranty, a 12-month/12,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, 117-point inspection and 24-hour roadside assistance. All models are six years old or newer, have 75,000 miles or less and go through a 117-point inspection and reconditioning process.


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