Plainfield Chevy Dealer Backs Vehicles with New Guarantee Bill Jacobs Plainfield is now offering the Chevy Confidence program so that if you do not "love" your new Chevy, you can return it within the allotted time
PLAINFIELD, Ill., July 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Buying a Chevy vehicle just got even better. With a new and refreshed lineup the brand and Bill Jacobs Plainfield are making a bold new guarantee, if you don't love your new Chevy, return it. This is called the Chevy Confidence program and it is available at the leading Chevy dealership in Plainfield, Illinois.
The Chevy Confidence Program includes the "Love it or Return it" guarantee, that means if you purchase a 2012 or 2013 Chevy model, you have the option to return it within 30-60 days if you don't love it. The vehicle must have less than 4,000 miles on it and can not have more than $300 worth of damage. Bill Jacobs and Chevy believe that you will love the vehicle you purchase, so they are offering this guarantee until September 4, 2012.
Total Confidence Pricing is another aspect of the Confidence program. This pricing is for all 2012 model year Chevrolet vehicles and means that they will be offered at special, preferred prices. These prices are what you pay and are in addition to all current-vehicle incentives. No more haggling or worrying about where to get the best price, just simple, confident, pricing.
There is no better time than right now to purchase a new Chevy in the Chicago area at Bill Jacobs Plainfield. Knowing that you have the perfect car for you and your lifestyle is important and with the Confidence program, you have that peace of mind.
Come in the dealership and check out a great deal on a new vehicle. If you are interested in a used car in Plainfield, IL we have those as well.
For more information please visit www.billjacobsplainfield.com or call (888) 634-7649.
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