On average most of the models will receive a 1.5 percent increase, although some models like the four-cylinder Saturn Aura and the base model of Chevrolet’s new Malibu sedan will escape the price increase.
“This targeted price increase is designed to partially recover ever-increasing commodity costs,” Mark LaNeve, GM North America vice president of vehicle sales, service and marketing, said in a statement. On average GM vehicles will increase between $100 to $500.
The price increases will not be added to vehicles that are already on dealer lots.
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