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GM Certified Offers Winter Rate Incentives

January 24, 2006

DETROIT -- GM Certified Used Vehicles has announced a nationwide winter rate incentive program to drive additional traffic and sales to GM Certified dealerships. GM Certified posted its fourth consecutive year of industry-record certified used vehicle sales in 2005.

The winter rate incentive offer, effective through March 31, provides well-qualified buyers with GMAC 2.9 percent, 3.9 percent or 4.9 percent APR financing on select GM Certified Used Vehicles purchased from participating GM Certified Used Vehicles dealers.

Well-qualified GM Certified customers can receive GMAC 2.9 percent APR financing for terms up to 36 months, GMAC 3.9 percent APR financing for terms up to 48 months, or GMAC 4.9 percent APR financing for terms up to 60 months on supplies of 2001-2006 models of Pontiac Grand Prix, Buick LeSabre, GMC Envoy, Chevrolet TrailBlazer and Malibu vehicles at participating GM Certified Used Vehicles dealers. GMAC 7.5 percent APR financing for terms up to 60 months is available to well-qualified buyers on all other GM Certified Used Vehicles.

GM Certified posted its fourth consecutive year of industry-record certified used vehicle sales in 2005.

"This winter GMAC rate incentive provides GM Certified customers with excellent value and affordable financing rates on some of our most popular vehicles," said Paul Pejza, manager of GM Certified Used Vehicles. "GM Certified Used Vehicles continues to lead the certified pre-owned category in delivering top-quality, low-mileage, fully inspected and reconditioned vehicles that help build consumer confidence in GM products."

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