WARRENVILLE, Ill. - Navistar Parts is offering rebates and promotional offers to customers who purchase a used truck from an International dealer or used truck centre. The 'Buy More, $ave More' progra...
WARRENVILLE, Ill. –Navistar Parts is offering rebates and promotional offers to customers who purchase a used truck from an International dealer or used truck centre. The ‘Buy More, $ave More’ program was launched by Navistar Parts Feb. 1 and will continue through Oct. 31, 2010. Under the program, customers can save up to $1,800 on parts and service purchases, the company has announced.
“It’s never been more rewarding to buy a used vehicle from your International, IC Bus dealer or International Used Truck Center,” said Michael A. Cancelliere, senior vice-president and general manager for Navistar Parts. “This new program gives buyers an opportunity to receive up to 20% in rebates on parts purchases -good for any vehicle they may own -plus $50 off a Performance PM or preventative maintenance service and a welcome kit.”
Customers who buy a used truck between Feb. 1 and July 31 will receive a welcome kit with rebate information, a $50 service coupon, a road atlas and other gifts such as shop towels and a PartSmart product catalogue. Enrolling in the program will get customers a 15% rebate on the first $5,000 they spend on qualifying parts between Feb. 1 and Oct. 31, the company explained.
The rebate will be doled out in the form of an International Advantage card that’s good towards parts and service purchases at International dealers. Parts purchases between $5,001 and $10,000 qualify for a 20% rebate, the company says.
“We’re investing in our customers. The ‘Buy More, $ave More’ program can mean up to $1,800 in parts and service savings for a used vehicle owner,” said Cancelliere. For more info, visit www.navistarpartsandservice.com/bmsm.html.
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