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GM Olympic fleet vehicles will all find their way to Canadian dealers

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GM Olympic fleet vehicles will all find their way to Canadian dealers

by Michael Harley (RSS feed) on Mar 5th 2010 at 10:00AM

They won't make you ski, skate or snowboard with any additional talent or zest, but the "official" Olympic-branded vehicles used during the 2010 Winter Games are going up for sale in Canada later this month. Each of the General Motors supplied cars and trucks spent time in Vancouver and Whistler shuttling athletes, officials, VIPs and dignitaries to and from the competitions and related events. Now, with the Winter Olympics written in the history books and the Paralympic Winter Games closing at the end of the month, more than 4,600 lightly-used vehicles will find their way to dealerships across the vast country.

The fleet includes:

Chevrolet Equinox, Malibu (Hybrid), Impala, Traverse, Suburban & Tahoe Buick Lucerne & Enclave

Cadillac DTS, CTS Sport Sedan & Sport Wagon, Escalade (Hybrid) & SRX GMC Acadia, Terrain, Yukon (Hybrid models available) & Yukon XL

Differentiating the "Olympic" vehicles from the standard GM offerings are the commemorative (and "permanent") Vancouver 2010 medallions adorned with the iconic Inukshuk symbol and Olympic rings on each model. That, and fact that the vehicles are all "specially-priced," says GM. If you are interested, contact your local GM retailer ASAP as the first cars and trucks will be available for purchase in just a couple weeks. The official press release is available after the jump.

link:

http://www.autoblog.com/2010/03/05/gm-olympic-fleet-vehicles-will-all-find-their-way-to-canadian-de/

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