(NEW YORK) — If you just purchased a new Chevy and aren’t thrilled with the vehicle, don’t worry: you can take it back for a full refund within 60 days.
Between now and early September, Chevy buyers can return their new cars or trucks and get their money back as long as they’ve been driven less than 4,000 miles.
The return policy is part of a new offer from the automaker called “Love It or Return It.” The marketing move by General Motors is aimed at reversing Chevrolet’s recent drop in market share. The offer is also geared towards clearing out Chevrolet’s remaining inventory of 2012 vehicles.
USA Today reports “deals from other makers, too, are likely,” but brands that have already begun selling 2013 models, like Hyundai and Kia, are not expected to join the trend.
Overall, car and truck sales have made strong gains compared to last year.
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