GM is offering deferred payments, 0% interest, and much more to help in the current crisis.

General Motors is now offering long-term 0% financing to qualified buyers of new vehicles. The new rates are reportedly 0% financing for up to 84 months for those with good credit. In addition, GM will allow new vehicle buyers to defer up to four months of the first payments to those with good credit.

GM spokesman Jim Cain was quoted as saying, “We wanted to reassure customers that we’re here for them and our dealers are here for them. We’ve never done this combination before.”

New vehicle shoppers should call ahead to their dealer to ask for details on this new finance offer.

In addition, almost every automaker is presently providing payment relief for those impacted. If you presently have a vehicle loan with GM, you can reach out and ask about assistance at the contact info below, which is also summarized here are this GM page.

GM Contact Info:

Text ASSIST to 53721 to start a text message with GM.

Need to discuss payment arrangements? Each customer’s situation is unique, and GM is there to help. Message or call GM at1-800-284-2271.

Support Hours: Mon–Fri 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. CT
Sat 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Sun Closed

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