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Posted at 10:26 AM ET, 07/10/2012

Chevrolet: Love it or Return it


(Cars.com)

Feeling buyer's remorse about that Corvette purchase? Under a new Chevrolet promotion, you can change your mind. The "Love It or Return It" program means customers can return a vehicle and get a refund.

The program applies to all new model-year 2012 and 2013 Chevy vehicles, and they have to be damage-free and returned after 30 days but before 60 days of the original purchase date. They also must have been driven less than 4,000 miles.

There are some exceptions. The vehicle must be purchased and not leased. Fleet sales are not eligible, and if the vehicle has over $300 in damage, it no longer qualifies for return and refund.

A second program announced today channels the old Saturn brand's haggle-free sales strategy. The Total Confidence Pricing program means Chevy shoppers pay a fixed price for their new vehicle, inclusive of incentives. "No mystery about it — the price you see is the price you pay," Chevrolet said in a statement. Total Confidence Pricing also applies to all new 2012 or 2013 Chevrolet purchases.

Both deals run today through Sept. 4, and customers must take delivery during that timeframe.

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By Cars.com  |  10:26 AM ET, 07/10/2012

 
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