Taco Bell Employees Can Get As Much As $4,000 In Discounts On A Chevrolet Corvette
It’s all part of General Motors’ Supplier Discount programby Kirby Garlitos, on
Being an employee of a fast food chain doesn’t traditionally come with a lot of perks. But just in case you’re an employee of Taco Bell, you should know that you qualify for a discount of a little more than $4,000 on a Chevrolet Corvette. Turns out, employees of the fast food restaurant are considered suppliers to General Motors. That designation means that you’re eligible for discounts under GM’s Supplier Pricing scheme. It’s not just the Corvette either as a significant number of models under the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac model are included in the discount program.
For those who are unfamiliar with it, the GM Supplier Discount is a program that was created by General Motors to reward supplier companies that do business with the automaker. It’s essentially a “thank you” program by the automaker to show appreciation for its suppliers.
In this case, Taco Bell is counted as a GM supplier, so its employees get the same perks and benefits as other companies that are also in business with the automaker.
If you happen to be a Taco Bell employee, you’re gonna want to read this because you can actually get good savings on your next auto purchase, provided they’re from General Motors. The Corvette is just one example too. Models like the Camaro, Equinox, Cruze, Cruze Limited, Malibu, as well as the base Colorado and base LS Traverse are included in the program. Buick models that are available in the program include 1SV variants of the Cascada, LaCrosse, Regal, and Verano. For GMC, its SL versions of the Acadia, Canyon, and Terrain.
If you need a better understanding of how the discount affects certain models, check the table below.
|Model||Trim||MSRP||Invoice||GM Suppler Discount Price||Current Cashback Incentives||Total Potential Savings|
|2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500||1LT 4x4 V6 All Star Crew Cab||$45,175||$42,280||$42,480||$2,000||$4,695 off MSRP|
|2017 Chevrolet Corvette||1LT Grand Sport Coupe||$66,445||$61,863||$62,063||None||$4,382 off MSRP|
|2016 Chevrolet Tahoe||LS 2WD||$48,195||$44,905||$45,105||$1,500||$4,590 off MSRP|
|2016 GMC Canyon||SLE 4x4 Crew Cab||$35,810||$34,066||$34,266||$750||$2,294 off MSRP|
|2017 Cadillac CT6||2.0-liter RWD||$54,490||$51,547||$51,747||None||$2,743 off MSRP|
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Source: Cars Direct