/GM offers new trade-in program in Middle East

GM offers new trade-in program in Middle East

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General Motors is offering a new trade-in program called ‘Transform Your Ride’  across the region for a limited time. As the name suggests, they will transform your current car into a brand new Chevrolet! You can drive in a Chevrolet showroom and trade your  car in for a brand new Chevy with (in UAE for example)  20,000 Dirhams cash rebate.

Press Release

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Chevrolet dealers in the United Arab Emirates; Al Ghandi Auto, Bin Hamoodah Automotive and Liberty Automobiles are urging customers thinking about changing their vehicle to take advantage of a very special summer offer across the entire Chevrolet vehicle line up with the new ‘Transform Your Ride’ offer.

For a limited time only, anyone visiting a Chevrolet showroom across the country can transform their current vehicle into a new Chevrolet with a cash rebate of up to AED 20,000.  With this offer, UAE customers can drive off in a new Chevrolet Caprice for only AED 80,000 or a Chevrolet Tahoe for only AED 129,000.

Fadi Ghosn, Chief Marketing Officer, General Motors Middle East, said: “In conjunction with the summer’s biggest film, Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen, Chevrolet dealers in the UAE  are raising the excitement levels even higher with these very attractive offers.  ‘Transform Your Ride’ is running for a limited period only, so UAE customers should move fast to have the chance to drive away in a new Chevrolet.”

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen proves there’s much more to Chevrolet than meets the eye. See the stars and cars of the film at the nearest Al Ghandi Auto, Bin Hamoodah Automotive and Liberty Automobiles Chevrolet dealer. Further information about the ‘Transform Your Ride’ offer and Chevrolet’s line up, as well as exclusive footage from the film can be found at: www.transformers.chevroletarabia.com

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