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Michigan Buick Dealers and GMC Dealers Have Detroit Auto Show Rebates

It's a new year. Is it time for a new car? Now may be one of the best times to visit Michigan Buick dealers and others as many automakers like General Motors are announcing big rebates in honor of the Detroit Auto Show.

DETROIT – Michigan Buick dealers and those representing other automakers are probably expecting increased traffic this month thanks to the interest being drummed up by the 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).

Luckily for car shoppers, the NAIAS is creating more than just a buzz about domestic and import vehicles, it's also generating worthwhile auto show rebates on many of the top models offered by automakers. For consumers visiting Michigan Buick dealers as well as GMC dealers, they'll be able to find:
  • $500 rebate – Buick LaCrosse, MI Auto Times Car of the Year
  • $500 rebate – Buick Regal
  • $500 rebate – Buick Enclave
  • $500 rebate – GMC Acadia
  • $1,000 rebate – GMC Sierra

These rebates are good whether car buyers attend the Detroit Auto Show or not.

Detroit Auto Show at a Glance

Bigger and better than last year's auto show is what many Michigan Buick dealers who've attended the press preview are already saying about the 2012 NAIAS, and here are some numbers of interest to those car fans who plan on attending:
  • 40: approximate number of vehicle debuts during press days
  • 500-plus: the number of vehicles on display
  • $12: cost for adults to buy a ticket to Detroit Auto Show
  • $6: ticket cost for children 7-12 years old (under 6 free with a parent or guardian)
  • $6: ticket cost for Seniors
  • 9 a.m.: time the doors open for the public show beginning Saturday, Jan. 14
  • 10,649-plus: the amount of tickets already sold for tonight's Charity Preview
  • $250: cost per ticket to Charity Preview ticket
  • 165: exhibits to see at the show
  • $1.75 billion: total amount of anticipated revenue to remain in Detroit through 2017 since a newly signed contract will keep the Detroit Auto Show in Detroit
  • 735,000: the number of people who attended last year's show during the public days
  • 55: number of countries represented by more than 5,000 journalists attending the 2011 show

The public days of the Detroit Auto Show officially open tomorrow at the Cobo Center. For more information about the auto show rebates, visit our Michigan Buick dealers listing to find a dealership near you.

[Source(s): Crain's Detroit Business,]

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