Here are the terms and conditions of GM's 60-day money back guarantee | Rpmgo.com



General Motors fans from the United States were pretty surprised to hear about the upcoming 60-day money back guarantee promotion the automaker will deploy in order to gain a boost in sales. Effectively taking any Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac on a 60-day test drive is a very attractive offer and many are interested in the deal.

While the company offered very few details on how exactly the contract between the buyer and the dealer will be signed, now, courtesy of Jalopnik, we can check out a draft of said contract. Besides offering the legal basis for the purchase, it is also filled with quite a lot of restrictions in terms of the actual deal. From buying a 2009 or 2010 model to paying in cash, up front, there are many things to consider.

Here are the main requirements, with the first, second and third pages of the contract, available, in full resolution.

• The Eligible Vehicle must be a new 2009 or 2010 model. • You have purchased an Eligible Vehicle and taken Delivery between September 14, 2009 and November 30, 2009. • You must be able to deliver to the Participating Dealership a clean and unencumbered title to the Eligible Vehicle, which title has remained in Your name since the Delivery Date of the Eligible Vehicle. • You must be an individual natural person who is the title owner of the Eligible Vehicle. Businesses, corporations and partnerships do not qualify. • Your Eligible Vehicle’s odometer must not have more than 4,000 miles since the Delivery Date. • Your Eligible Vehicle must have been registered and insured in the Buyer’s name since the Delivery Date. Your Eligible Vehicle must have no more than $200 of damage as determined by GM or GM’s agent.. Such damage may include, without limitation, internal or external scratches, scrapes, dents, odors, rips, burns, etc. • Your Eligible Vehicle may not be leased. • Your Eligible Vehicle must have been returned to a Participating Dealership where You purchased it, in the same working order as it was on the Delivery Date. • Your Eligible Vehicle must not have incurred damage or non-warranted repairs in excess of $200, regardless of whether such damage has been repaired. • Your Eligible Vehicle must not have been subject to any liens or other security interests other than a lien for the original financing used to purchase the Eligible Vehicle. • A minimum of thirty (30) days must have passed since the Delivery Date of Your Eligible Vehicle. • Only one Eligible Vehicle may be returned per household.

• Your Eligible Vehicle must pass a purchase inspection conducted by GM or GM’s agent.

Some pretty hefty conditions, but if you really want to take GM up on its offer, you need to act fast, while the cars are still in stock at dealers around the United States.

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Source: Jalopnik