General Motors will be offering customers affected by the recent massive recall for ignition switches employee pricing on any new GM vehicle. Originally, GM was offering a $500 discount on a new 2013-2015 vehicle–the new incentive replaces this offer.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the $500 offer wasn’t enough to sway buyers back to GM showrooms. Altogether, around 2.6 million vehicles have been affected when the recall campaign began in April. Customers will also benefit from free loaners while the car is serviced.
In a followup inquiry with GM by AutoBlog, the General plans on having all cars repaired by October.