GM Finally Leasing Cars Again

GM GM has announced they will begin leasing cars again, albeit in a limited fashion.

Last year, GM terminated its leasing program due to the credit crunch. This had cost them dearly since 17% of their sales had historically gone to leasing.

Now GM will be testing the waters again by introducing lease programs through the end of August in five states: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Michigan, and Ohio.

The only cars available for leasing are:

* The Cadillac SRX lease is available nationwide

Depending on how this leasing program goes, GM may decide to take it nationwide next month.






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