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Old 01-20-2010, 01:58 PM   #11
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I am going to probably deflate some expectations here, but I'm willing to bet when this happens, it will be people who bought the car in question new. Possibly extended to present buyers of Pontiacs (New and Used) within the GM Dealer Network. I really can't fathom GM being able to digest the cost of fixing every Pontiac made since '99.
That'* what I was thinking too.
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i really like this idea because we have a 2006 Torrent and 2008 Vibe that both need regular service!
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GM mailed out the offer last month to customers who own a 1999 or later Pontiac purchased new or as a certified used vehicle
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Well, now I guess I know what a "CUV" is - Certified Used Vehicle!
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I wonder if I take my car to the dealer and pay them to inspect it if I can make it certified so i can get the free service.
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