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Chevy Launches ‘Love It Or Return It’ Policy On '12 And '13 Models

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Starting today in the U.S. Chevrolet is launching a new program that allows customers to return a newly bought vehicle if they’re dissatisfied with it, for whatever reason.

Called “Love it or Return it,” the new vehicle return program will be offered to buyers of all new Chevrolet models from the 2012 or 2013 model years.

According to the automaker, customers can return vehicles bought during the program, with less than 4,000 miles driven and no damage, 30 to 60 days from the purchase date. 

On top of that, Chevrolet is also launching a “Total Confidence Pricing” program that guarantees set pricing for 2012 models.

Importantly, no restrictions on any models have been made, which means even high-performance Chevys like the Camaro ZL1 and Corvette supercar are eligible.

Of course there are some catches, though these are all completely reasonable considering the offer. Some key points to remember is that the offer is not available on lease deals, the vehicle has to be in the same working order and condition when first picked up, and the vehicle will need to be fully inspected before a dealership can accept it.

For all the specifics, head over to the website www.chevyconfidence.com.
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  1. As with returning a car after the lease expires, I'll bet that the dealership will go over any return with a magnifying glass. It's hard to drive a car for two months without racking up the occasional door ding or stone chip.
     
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  2. I've just checked the fine print and apparently you only need to keep it for a minimum of 30 days. I think it's entirely fair for them to inspect the car. Anything that is damaged should be replaced at cost to the owner. You can't rent a house, damage it and then not expect to pay when you move out. A car should be no different, especially considering you wouldn't have to pay a cent should it be in fine condition.
     
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