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As of this morning, THE PRICING FOR THE 2016 MODELS IS THE SAME AS 2015 MODELS BUT THAT WILL CHANGE ANY DAY!!

Beat the Protection Plan Price Increase and I AM DISCOUNTING PLANS THRU THE END OF JULY BY AN ADDITIONAL $100!

With Chevy’s recent announcement of a decrease in power train coverage from 60 months/100,000 miles to 60 months/60,000 miles I am certain that we will see a price increase for protection plans.

The price tables assume the overlap of protection plan with the base factory warranty.

Further, the new Protection Plans from GM Financial (GMEPP – Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, Cadillac Protection Plans) consider a vehicle “new” as long as the base bumper to bumper warranty has not expired. Therefore, a decrease in powertrain coverage for a 2016 model may have an impact on the plan pricing for any vehicle that is still considered “new” regardless of the model year, i.e. 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.

Therefore, I am recommending that you purchase your protection plan NOW before new prices are announced!

Remember, the prices that I offer on protection plans are not subject to sales tax and no charge for accepting a credit card.

AND, from now thru the end of July I will take $100 off the price of every plan!

BEAT THE INCREASE AND SAVE AN ADDITIONAL $100 off of my already low, low, low prices!

I am offering both GMPP from Ally and GMEPP from GM Financial.

We can sell GMEPP in every state on vehicles that are 10 years old and with less than 120,000 miles.

We can sell GMPP on vehicles that are within the original bumper to bumper warranty and in all states EXCEPT for: Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Kentucky, Maryland, and Florida.

Email me today for a quote.

[email protected]

Thanks!
 

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Hi ken, I am in ky. What's the deal with not being able to sell the gmpp plan in ky? I am assuming it has something to do with the laws here.

Also, I have a 2016 Z06 built (I have the vin) but sitting in bg. I assume I can't (and wouldn't want) to buy a plan until I have taken delivery and the car is titled in my name. Are there any coverage (I am more worried about the total # of months coverage than mileage) issues I should be aware?
 

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As soon as your dealer reports the delivery I can sell you a plan.
The new GMEPP is a great plan that offers everything that the old GMPP offered plus GMEPP covers shocks and the magnetic selective ride system!
As far as where we can sell plans: Because GMPP is a product of a bank it is regulated.
Ken
 
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