Buick Coronavirus Financial Relief and New Car Incentives
When you think about popular American car brands, Buick may not be the first name that comes to mind. However, though the automaker is not a high-volume brand in the United States, it serves a surprisingly important role in the global auto-industry; particularly for its parent company, General Motors.
For example, Buick vehicles are incredibly popular In China. Simply taking into account the sheer size of China’s auto market is a more than adequate reason for GM to continue investing in Buick, and to also continue introducing new vehicle models. However, Buick’s strong ties with China created some complications when the Coronavirus pandemic swept through the country, and eventually the rest of the world.
In response to the ongoing battle against the Coronavirus, Buick, and its parent company GM, have created several new relief options and initiatives in an effort to provide financial assistance to those affected by the virus. The company has also taken it upon itself to provide assistance on the frontlines by manufacturing personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical workers like doctors and nurses. Buick is one of many automakers to participate in some form of Coronavirus car payment plans, the summary of which can be found below.