Government Fleet Supplements

JUL 2013

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BROUGHT TO YOU BY BOBIT BUSINESS MEDIA & AUTOMOTIVE FLEET MAGAZINE JULY 2013 VOLUME 2 ● ISSUE 2 GM: Here to Meet Your Business Needs No one gets lost in the shuffe at GM's Product Preview — a refection of the GM Fleet & Commercial team. The event is so big that attendees take over an entire convention hotel and three Ed Peper restaurants at Universal City Walk in Orlando, Fla. The Product Preview gives GM the opportunity to retain its "high touch" service with all its feet U.S. Vice President Fleet & Commercial Sales t GM Fleet and Commercial, we want to be your customers, and this year, the company was up for the task. The GM team was omnipresent and accessible, and their message resonates: GM has feet account executives, district sales manag- A ers and dealers to work with feets of any size. It's clear that "high touch" starts from the top down. more than just being a supplier of vehicles. It means an opportunity to test drive and learn about all the vehicles in our extensive product lineup to de- offering you a team of people that understand your termine what will best meet the needs of their business," said Ed Peper, U.S. Vice President, Fleet & feet challenges and provide you with the best vehi- Commercial Sales. professional partner, plain and simple. That means "At our 2014 Product Preview event, we showcased our newest products, and customers had cles and business solutions available in the industry. GM had some new and important feet products to show off this year — namely its entrance That's our promise to you: Great Products, Innova- into the small van market. The automaker introduced the Chevrolet City Express compact com- tive Business Solutions and an Exceptional Customer mercial van that will be available for sale in fall 2014. Experience that you can't get anywhere else. The list Vehicles were also on hand for attendees to drive, such as the Chevrolet Impala and Cruze of what we offer is extensive, but inside this edition of diesel. In the alternative-fuel segments, also available was the Chevrolet Spark EV. And more im- Automotive Fleet, you can learn about our latest news: portantly for feets in the alt-fuel arena, GM said it will have compressed natural gas (CNG) bi-fuel Great Products. Being a great partner begins with great products, and I'm happy to report that we have engine options for all next-generation pickups, and cargo and passenger vans. "Our customers' success is how we measure ours," Peper said. "We are committed to helping several outstanding new vehicles on the way. Inside make sure that our customers' feets become a model of effciency and effectiveness within their you can read about our all-new full-size trucks, midsize respective organizations." cars, small vans and a number of new powertrains. Innovative Business Solutions. We offer feet solu- In other "coming soon" news, GM mentioned its new midsize pickups that will be bigger than the previous Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon models. tions that make life easier and more effcient for feet managers and feet vehicle drivers alike. Inside this edition, you'll learn about the new www.gmfeet.com mobile website that will give you access to the info you need anytime, anywhere. Exceptional Customer Experience. When you buy from GM, you get a team of people who will be at your side before, during and after the sale. Starting with our 2014 models, we're making your aftersale experience even better with our all-new, two- year/24,000 mile scheduled maintenance program1. Check out the details inside. I encourage you to visit www.gmfeet.com to learn more about all we can offer and to fnd a GM feet account executive near you. We are ready to support you and your business because we want to help you succeed, and we are determined to be a professional partner that adds value to your bottom line. Thank you, Ed Peper 1 According to your vehicle's recommended maintenance schedule for up to two years or 30,000 miles, whichever comes frst. Does not include air flters. Extra charge may apply for dual rear-wheel Photos by R. Michael Zilz. For more photos, go to www.automotivefeet.com/GMFleet2014. tire rotations. GM FLEET NEWS I AUTOMOTIVE FLEET MAGAZINE

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