Radiator Assemblies Join Genuine GM Rewards Program

Radiator Assemblies Join Genuine GM Rewards Powertrain Program

Genuine GM Rewards Program participants are now eligible to receive redeemable points equivalent to two percent of list price with the purchase of Genuine GM Parts radiator assemblies from their participating GM dealers.

Genuine GM Rewards Program participants are now eligible to receive redeemable points equivalent to two percent of list price with the purchase of Genuine GM Parts radiator assemblies from their participating GM dealership.

In addition to joining the roster of Genuine GM Parts eligible in the Rewards program, radiator assemblies, GM states, are competitively priced and now are covered under a limited lifetime warranty.

“In sharp contrast to aftermarket, non-OE assemblies, Genuine GM Parts assemblies are assured of being the correct match, perform with manufacturer specifications and consist of all-new, not repaired or remanufactured components,” said Mike Regan, product manager, Collision Parts.

Non-OE assemblies can come with reduced fin counts and improper tube sizing, GM states, which can affect a unit’s cooling capacity and performance of the radiator.

In addition to the Genuine GM Rewards Powertrain program, independent repair facilities can also participate in the collision program. Participants are now eligible to receive redeemable points equivalent to two percent of list price with the purchase of the following collision parts: lighting assemblies, headlights, taillights, wheels, doors and mirrors.

To learn more about Genuine GM Rewards and participation/enrollment, visit https://www.genuinegmrewards.com or contact your local GM dealer.

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