Our Military members and Veterans are important to us. They put their lives on the line everyday to protect our life, liberty, and freedom. Military members leave their families for months and even years at times to fulfill the duty and oath of protecting and serving Americans and the United States. This job is not a small feat, and many times our veterans are left behind when they have finished serving their tour or have ended their military service.
Chevrolet believes that we owe our veterans a debt of gratitude. Taking care of our military members and veterans shouldn’t end when they leave the battlefield, hospital, or are honorably discharged. They believe that Americans should continue to take care of these heros long after they have served. That is why Chevrolet offers military discounts to our heros to make it a little more affordable to own an American made vehicle.
General Motors has supported the military for 100 years and continue to be their strong allies. Discounting GM vehicles is just one way they are thanking our servicemembers and veterans. From May 1st through June 30th, General Motors is giving our military members and veterans discounts on all Chevrolet and GM vehicles, which can be combined with other offers that may be available.
All active, reserve, retired, and veterans are eligible and all branches of the military including the Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. This discount is also available to their spouses. This is important because we know that spouses make just as big of a sacrifice when they give up their loved ones to perform this incredibly important job. GM just wants to make sure they know how appreciated they are and make life a little easier for them.
Not only will military members get discounts on purchased and leased Chevrolets, they will get Chevrolet Complete Care which offers 24 months or 24,000 miles of scheduled maintenance. Plus USAA members are eligible for an additional $750 discount which gives military members a discount of up to $2,750! Chevrolet and General Motors knows how hard the job of protecting and serving can be, and this is just one small gesture they offer to help life be a little more comfortable.