Wednesday, October 2, 2013

General Motors Ups the Price Tag on 2014 Models

General Motors (GM) recently released a statement that it is raising the prices for two of its 2014 models: the GMC Sierra and the Chevrolet Silverado. While most automobile manufacturers rarely advertise hikes in price, GM is using the price uptick as a clever marketing scheme. Prices have been raised by around $1,500 per model, but buyers who act fast and make their purchases before October can take advantage of more than $1,500 in special savings offers and incentives.
Even with the savings opportunities, GM is making a bold move by raising its prices, especially when most of the competitor’s vehicles for the year are available at lower prices than these two models from GM. Plus, it’s not just the high price tag that buyers have to worry about; they also have to worry about buying air springs and other accessories for their new rides.

Fortunately, whether you need air springs or anything else for your new vehicle, whether it be a GM or not, you can find what you’re looking for at Auto Truck Depot of Calgary!
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