Chevrolet Coronavirus Financial Relief and New Car Incentives
The world is a much different place than it was just several weeks ago. In January, rumblings of a serious and potentially deadly virus were bubbling up in China. The activity occurring in the region got the full attention of the United States, and by the end of January, travel bans were beginning to be implemented around the globe. We are in the midst of an unprecedented time, as the citizens of the world try to stave off this deadly pandemic and keep their friends and family safe.
Chevrolet, a division of General Motors based in Detroit, Michigan is among the many companies and manufacturers who find themselves in the crosshairs of the Coronavirus. A combination of issues including suspended production and a decrease in demand has caused Chevrolet to make a number of difficult decisions to help their employees, partners and owners through this unstable and precarious situation.
Chevrolet also added its name to the growing list of automakers who have created programs and Coronavirus car payment plans.